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Kal Apr 13
Went to see the today o: these are my fave pics of the bunch hehe
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Ellie Apr 11
I'm reporting pictures on where folks obviously broke park rules and CA law thus destroying the habitat. Not sure IG will respond but this is a huge problem and social media companies are seemingly complicit
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Mereel401 Apr 13
For all those people visiting the Poppy fields thanks to the . Instead of destroying nature for some stupid pictures or even worse some new age bullshit of 'joining' nature, stick to the established paths and
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KathleenRosePerkins Apr 13
thank god we had all this rain. If you are anywhere near Southern California this month, go see the poppies. It’s incredible.
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Franny ⏲️ Til LABW11 6h
Is there anything funnier than reading argumentative comments on Instagram "influencer" pages yelling at them for trampling on flower beds for DA GRAM? No. This is infinitely entertaining. Adding to the choir: stay on the damn trails or admire from afar!
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Maureen McCormick 22h
Happy 💛 💛 I hope you have a beautiful weekend! 🌼🌼🌼🌼🌼🌼🌼
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CNPS Apr 19
Today, more people than ever now know that California is home to extraordinary displays of wildflowers. What they don't know is that many of these places are under threat. Save the . Please sign the new CNPS petition: Photo by David Magney
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ed bacon 8h
Carpet of California poppies blanked the Antelope Valley.
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Usha Lee McFarling 2h
Don’t be jealous but I’m in a van full of botanists looking at in our new Sand to Snow national monument.
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anna Apr 15
Fuck people stepping into the fields at the Antelope Valley California Poppy Reserve . I know you think you’re stepping around the flowers and doing your best to avoid them but you’re still trespassing in their habitat! (And fuck Twitter)
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Megan Dixon 9h
Saw several IG photos of a friend venturing off-trail at the in SoCal. Contemplating how I can educate about wildflower trampling (a current social media epidemic) without being pedantic. Any advice?
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Tracie Weight 4m
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LA Resident Tourist 7h
The is *not* over! Poppies are in their redder, more vermilion phase, especially on north-facing hills and Avenue D, north of the Poppy Reserve. Lots of purple lupine and yellow goldfields, too. We weren't expecting much and were shocked at the dense color. Go see!
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Clean Trails 3h
Absolutely in love with California's beautiful ! 🌼 Photo by Woodlandville.
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Andrea Desmond Apr 17
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NBC Los Angeles 10h
A thatlooks better after sundown. Check out the glow in Paso Robles.
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Barnaby Dixon Apr 18
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Parks Conservancy 4h
Spring brings so much life and joy into our parks, but did you know you had a special connection to a particular species based on your ? Find out which flower is your special match:
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Barnaby Dixon Apr 18
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David Vanderveen 17h
Test driving some new beverages with Sissi and Burchi and all the mustard in Laguna!
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