Spring has sprung, Bernal Hill is alive with the sound of music, and in conjunction with the Bernal History Project, Neighbor Rachel is leading a wildflower walk tomorrow morning:
Wildflower Walk this Saturday, March 17th at 11:30 AM, Bernal Hill
Join us for a wildflower walk on the Hill. We’ll look at early wildflowers, including a locally rare population of star lilies (Zigadenus fremontii). Other current blooms include footsteps-of-spring, lomatium, shooting star, blue eyed grass, and checkerbloom.
Terry Milne will talk about some history on the hill and ways to conserve this grassland and the wildlife it supports.
We’ll meet at 11:30AM at the Ellsworth steps (intersection of Ellsworth and Bernal Heights Blvd).
This walk follows the monthly volunteer work party with Rec and Park, which begins at 10AM in the same location on the 3rd Saturday of every month.
Showers ok, steady rain cancels.
For more information you can email rachel.kesel [AT] sfgov [DOT] org or call 415-831-6332.
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