Bayview Hill Wildflowers Field Trip | SF
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Bayview Hill | Key Avenue and Bayview Hill, San Francisco
Submitted by the Event Organizer
Join local naturalist Margo Bors for a trip through Bayview Hill, one of San Francisco’s least known but best preserved natural areas.
Its hilltop grasslands are home to a diversity of wildflowers–hillside pea (Lathyrus vestitus), tomcat clover (Trifolium willdenovii), checkerbloom (Sidalcea malviflora), California buttercup (Ranunculus californicus), footsteps of spring (Sanicula arctopoides), several lomatiums and lupines, and many more – and we may see some of the only San Francisco collinsia (C. multicolor) left in the city.
- Meet at the end of Key Avenue, two blocks east of Third St, very near the T streetcar line’s LeConte station.
- Heavy rain postpones to March 25.
- Bayview Hill Wildflowers Field Trip on Sunday, March 18