Hikers in Russian Ridge Open Space Preserve / photo by Lanette Otvos

Morning Meander: Up for Flowers

February 28, 2024
9:00 am - 12:00 pm
Pulgas Ridge Preserve
Approximate Total Miles

Take a wildflower treasure hunt with Docent Naturalists Laura Levin, Marie-Anne Neimat, and Emma Finter in a preserve known for its rich display of wildflowers. On this leisurely-paced hike along the Cordilleras, Polly Geraci, Dick Bishop, and Blue Oak trails, you’ll search for early spring wildflowers and other interesting features while stopping frequently to share botanical discoveries. If the timing is right, you might even get to see the uniquely weird blossoms of the fetid adder’s tongue.

Where to Meet

Meet at the Pulgas Ridge Parking Area on Edmonds Rd. From I-280, exit Edgewood Road.  Drive 0.75 miles on Edgewood Rd. toward San Carlos/Redwood City. Turn left (north) on Crestview Drive, then immediately turn left on Edmonds Road. Follow Edmonds Rd. to the preserve parking lot entrance on the right.

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