“Plants of Mount Tamalpais: Including Muir Woods” is a new book from Backcountry Press that explores the unique plant biodiversity of Mount Tamalpais in the San Francisco Bay Area. Authored by Robert Steers, who has studied the region’s flora for over a decade, the book highlights the area’s remarkable plant diversity, with emphasis on its rare and endemic species.
We’ve put together a little trivia game for you on WILDFLOWERS of the KLAMATH MOUNTAINS—you know, that wildly biodiverse and complex corner of northwest CA and southwest OR that has captured our hearts and minds. We thought this game would be fun to play along with as you and your pals drive to the trailhead for an epic mountain adventure, or perhaps as you do the dinner dishes…whatever you’re up to!
See photos of each species mentioned here —
Learn more from our book “Wildflowers of California’s Klamath Mountains” —
The Making of a “Super-Naturalist” by Matt Berger Over two PCT thru hikes I took tens of thousands of plant photos, figured out each plants’ identity, and uploaded these observations to citizen science websites. Getting to this point was a process that I took one step a time. Now, I’m ready to share what I’ve […]