Anderson Marsh State Historic Park
The Park at this time of year is beautiful. The colors of autumn at the Park are wonderful shades of cream, yellow, brown and green – interspersed with the startling color of small yellow sunflowers, periwinkle chicory, white ground “morning glories” or the fluffy white airiness of California Milkweed seeds and many California Wild Rose “hips” – most are still a lovely red and a very attractive food for many birds and mammals. Most of the blackberries are drying and shriveling up but they are still interesting to birds and wildlife. The wild grapes that grow are ripening, and bunches are hanging from vines in trees. Mistletoe berries are ripening too.
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