Wednesday, April 15, 2020

Cosumnes River Preserve ↔ Exploring the River Walk

The Cosumnes River Walk is a 3-mile dirt trail that starts and ends at the visitor center. During our visit in early-March, we saw many different birds (which you can see at Wings and Daydreams), colorful wildflowers (photos at Wildflower Wednesday), and enjoyed the diverse trail that took us through buttonbush thickets, native grasslands, valley oak riparian forest, cottonwood-willow riparian forest, tule marsh, and valley oak savannah.

To learn more about the Cosumnes River Preserve, visit their website here.
Enjoy a virtual walk of the Preserve here.




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