Plants

Plants

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The California Floristic Province is one of 25 internationally recognized botanical hotspots for which Conservation International lists biological diversity as the most concentrated

Point Reyes National Seashore is home to a broad spectrum of aquatic and terrestrial...

The following plant lists are made available by the National Park Service to help you in your...

Ceanothus

Spring is a wonderful time to visit Point Reyes National Seashore and view a sea of...

Wetlands Wildlife

For thousands of years the south end of Tomales Bay was a productive wetland regularly visited...

Giacomini Wetlands Planting

Join the Habitat Restoration Volunteer Program at Point Reyes National Seashore and help park...

Did you know seaweeds are technically not plants, but a type of algae? You'll often find them...

Discover a Deeper Connection

We will begin small, twined baskets made with a diminutive relative of tule, known as ...

Chimney Rock & Drakes Bay

Becoming Coyote: The Art of Awareness

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Point Reyes Headlands

During the spring Drakes Beach and the Chimney Rock area are some of the most dynamic parts of...

Meet the arboreal residents that call the Point Reyes home. Whether you know them by sight or...