Exploring and understanding wilderness brings me extreme joy. This blog is intended foster a greater understanding and stewardship for the place that is the Earth. One means to that end is
understanding the native biota that have always lived in the regions we choose to visit. Our visits should ultimately be about them -- the other biota -- not us.
Field Notes From Plant Explorations: Frenzel Creek Research Natural Area
Frenzel Creek Research Natural Area
The first journey of the summer has begun and as I make my way south to the Sierra San Pedro Martir botanically diverse destinations will craft the route I drive. The first stop was not too far from home, but a place I had not yet been. The serpentine soils along the Frenzel Creek Research Natural Area foster the sympatric overlap of two cypresses—along with many other unique serpentine plants. Enjoy the photo-blog, as I won't have a lot of time to write with many miles to travel.