DEPT. OF FISH & GAME
GRIZZLY ISLAND

July 10 & 26,  2012
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Trail/Park Description:
Grizzly Island is part of the largest contiguous coastal wetland areas in California and contains some 220 bird species, 21 mammalian species, 15 reptilian species and 47 plant families identified so far.
It's close proximity to water and prevailing winds contribute to fairly mild temperatures, and the levies are easy walking with no elevation gain. Here is a report of our first outing.

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Park Location: here
Trail Map: here
Park link: here

Blooming Plants Not Photographed:
NN= Non Native


Atriplex semibaccata (Australian Saltbush)NN
Atriplex triangularis (Spearscale)
Centaurea solstitialis (Yellow Star Thistle)NN
Cichorium intybus (Chicory)NN
Conium maculatum (Poison Hemlock)NN
Convolvulus arvensis (Field Bindweed)NN
Cotula coronopifolia Brass Buttons)NN
Foeniculum vulgare (Sweet Fennel)NN
Frankenia salina (Alkali Heath)NN
Gnaphalium luteo album (Weedy Cudweed)NN
Helminthotheca echioides (Bristly Ox Tongue)NN
Lactuca saligna (Willow Leaf Lettuce)NN
Lactuca serriola (Prickly Lettuce)NN
Lepidium latifolium (Pepper Grass)NN
Lotus corniculatus (Birdís Foot Trefoil)NN
Melilotus albus (White Sweet Clover)NN
Phragmites australis (Common Reed)
Plantago coronopus (Cut Leaf Plantain)NN
Polygonum aviculare (Common Knotweed)
Raphanus sativus (Wild Radish)NN
Salicornia pacifica (Pickleweed)
Sesuvium verrucosum (Sea Purslane)
Sonchus oleraceus (Smooth Sow Thistle)NN
Trifolium fragiferum (Strawberry Clover)NN
Typha angustifolia (Narrow Leaf Cat Tail)
Typha domingensis (Southern Cat Tail)
Xanthium strumarium (Cocklebur)