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Wildflowers in Bloom in Central and Eastern Oregon

2019

White mulesears (Wyethia helianthoides) and wavyleaf paintbrush (Castilleja applegatei var. pinetorum) put on a show around the shaded edges of Boeing Field, Ochoco National Forest.....June 17, 2019.

White mulesears (Wyethia helianthoides) and wavyleaf paintbrush (Castilleja applegatei var. pinetorum) put on a show around the shaded edges of Boeing Field, Ochoco National Forest.....June 17, 2019.

July 16-20, 2019: Lick Creek Campground, Hells Canyon National Recreation Area

July 19, 2019: McCully Creek Trail #1812 from the trailhead to the crossing of McCully Creek (too high to cross without getting very wet), Wallowa-Whitman National Forest and Eagle Cap Wilderness

July 18, 2019: Deadman Canyon Trail #1869 from the Fish Lake Trailhead to the Eagle Cap Wilderness boundary atop Sugarloaf Mountain, Wallowa-Whitman National Forest

July 17, 2019: Lick Creek Trail #1809, from the trailhead to Lick Creek (Eagle Cap Wilderness boundary), Hells Canyon National Recreation Area

June 27-July 1, 2019: Mud Creek Forest Camp, North Warner Mts, Fremont-Winema National Forest

June 30, 2019: Willow Creek Forest Camp, North Warner Mts, Fremont-Winema National Forest

June 29, 2019: Drake Lookout to Drakes Peak, North Warner Mts, Fremont-Winema National Forest

June 28, 2019: Fremont National Recreation Trail #160 from Swale Trailhead south to the SW Slopes of McDowell Peak, North Warner Mts, Fremont-Winema National Forest

June 15-18, 2019: Sugar Creek Campground, Ochoco National Forest

June 17, 2019: Spanish Peak, Ochoco National Forest

June 16, 2019: Mud Springs Campground and South Prong Trail # (Ochoco National Forest & Black Canyon Wilderness)


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