Coyote Canyon

Michael and I took a quick 5 mile drive off road to Coyote Canyon to check out the wildflowers and were surprised to see as many flowers as we did. It was apparent that flash flooding and a fair amount of water passed through the area recently and flowers were quite abundant. I think that the peak bloom will still be a week away though. We did see more Primrose and Verbena and several Desert Lilies and Desert Dandelions. It was a fabulous day and the sun was out and the temperature was a mild 74 degrees. Henderson Canyon had more Primroses then yesterday and Indian Head Ranch was filled with Dandelions. I can’t wait for the yellow and orange from the desert Sunflowers and Poppies to paint the desert a profusion of color.



5 thoughts on “Coyote Canyon

  1. Keng March 3, 2017 / 11:35 pm

    Beautiful photos of wildflowers. Thanks for sharing. We’re going to Anza-Borrego Desert in a couple of days. I’m forward to seeing wildflowers bloom in the desert.

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    • sevenfauesisters March 4, 2017 / 1:37 am

      The super bloom is predicted in one more week. It is not quite there yet! Have a fabulous time.

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  2. natureinspiredmom March 9, 2017 / 12:58 am

    Such lovely photos and what an inspiring post. I’m going in a few days (hope to brave the traffic) so I hope to see things in person. I’ve never been to Coyote canyon will try to go this time. Is it easy to find? Can a regular minivan get through ok? Thanks!

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