[Wildflower Bloom Reports for Washington & Oregon] [Columbia River Gorge Wildflower Bloom Reports Prior to 2001] [Wildflower Destinations in the Columbia River Gorge]


Wildflower Bloom in the Columbia River Gorge of Oregon and Washington

2001

Lomatium columbianum from Tom McCall Nature Preserve...............March 4, 2001.

Lomatium columbianum from Tom McCall Nature Preserve...............March 4, 2001.

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September 15, 2001- Mouth of the Deschutes River (west bank above Heritage Park) & Oregon Highway 206, M.P. 1.1 .

September 15, 2001- The Dalles Riverside Park

August 26, 2001- The Dalles Riverside Park

August 26, 2001- Tom McCall Nature Preserve (Nature Conservancy)

August 26, 2001- Mouth of the Deschutes River (west bank above Heritage Park)

July 27, 2001- Mouth of the Deschutes River (west bank above Heritage Park)

July 24, 2001- Trail from Indian Springs to Indian Mt. (Mt. Hood N.F.)

July 24, 2001- North Lake, Bear Lake, & Mt. Defiance Trailhead (Mt. Hood N.F.)

July 24, 2001- Rainy Lake & Trailhead (Mt. Hood N.F.)

July 7, 2001- Angel's Rest

May 19, 2001- Dog Mountain

May 5, 2001- Top of Chenoweth Rd (West of The Dalles, OR)

May 5, 2001- Maryhill (SR #14, M.P. 99)

May 5, 2001- Hillsides east of the Avery Gravel Pit

May 5, 2001- Horsethief Butte

April 28, 2001- Weldon Wagon Trail (1 mile east of Husum, WA)

April 22, 2001- Summit of the Dalles Mt. Road.

April 15, 2001- Memaloose State Park and surrounding Forest Service lands

March 28, 2001- WA State Highway #14, east of US Highway 97

March 25, 2001- 3 Bench Loop east of Lyle, WA

March 10, 2001- Catherine Creek

March 10, 2001- Avery Gravel Pit

March 10, 2001- Columbia Hills

March 4, 2001- Catherine Creek

March 4, 2001- Tom McCall Nature Preserve

March 4, 2001- Memaloose Viewpoint


[Wildflower Bloom in the Columbia River Gorge in 2002]

Wildflower Bloom Reports for the year 2000 and before: A series of 40 reports of numerous sites throughout the Columbia River Gorge.


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