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  • Coast Angelica (Angelica hendersonii): A native which tends to limit itself to bluffs & hills along the coast. width:640;;height:596
  • Bull Thistle (Cirsium vulgare): These non native thistles were commonly seen. Unfortunately the bees<br />on the Bull Thistles were not. width:473;;height:604
  • Heading up towards the summit. width:640;;height:469
  • Lizard Tail (Eriophyllum staechadifolium): Right on the bluffs these natives grew as wide spreading mats.  When out of the wind they grow taller & more mound shaped. width:640;;height:551
  • Wooly Cudweed (Gnaphalium stramineum): These natives have a robust growing habit with furry grey foliage.  They were commonly seen throughout the hike. width:478;;height:604
  • Horseshoe Cove Overlook, about a mile from the parking lot. This is the end of the public trail. width:640;;height:480
  • Rattle Snake Weed (Daucus pusillus): A native annual which was done flowering & was now producing seeds. width:640;;height:556
  • Beach Sagebrush (Artemisia pycnocephala): A native which grew in profusion along the bluffs. width:403;;height:604
  • Coast Buckwheat (Eriogonum latifolium): These native Buckwheats, with their attractive grey foliage, were very numerous throughout the area. width:599;;height:604
  • View from the overlook towards Horeseshoe Bay and the Marine Laboratory about a mile away. width:454;;height:604
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