Stone Lakes National Wildlife Refuge

Nestled at the beginning of California's Central Valley Bay-Delta, Stone Lakes National Wildlife Refuge is an urban refuge directly outside of the greater Sacramento metropolitan area. Established in 1994 to protect and enhance local and migratory wildlife and Central Valley habitats, the refuge's 6,421 acres of managed grasslands, wetlands, freshwater lakes and riparian forest provide critical resting, foraging and breeding habitat for hundreds of species in an area imperiled by fast encroaching urban development. Several plant species from the Refuge have been identified as being particularly useful for making phenological observations.

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Blue elderberry
Sambucus mexicana
Boxelder
Acer negundo
Buttonwillow
Cephalanthus occidentalis
California blackberry
Rubus ursinus
California poppy
Eschscholzia californica
California rose
Rosa californica
Coyote brush
Baccharis pilularis
Fiddleneck
Amsinckia menziesii
Sticky monkeyflower
Mimulus aurantiacus
Western blue-eyed grass
Sisyrinchium bellum

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