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Watchable Wildflowers -- A Columbia Basin Guide

  

    This guide will lead you through the unique ecology, geology and stunning floral display of this region. A brief overview of the natural history of the Columbia Basin and of the most common habitats of the wildflowers you may see are illustrated.  Take the opportunity to learn about the spcial plant communities and habitats that characterize this area.

WA Watchable Wildflowers A Columbia Basin Guide

    Ten Watchable Wildflower sites have been selected to represent the diversity of environments that are found throughout the Columbia Basin.  At each site , the legend indicates which specific plant communites are found there.  Each site also features directions and a map, a description of the natural history of the area and photos. 

WA Watchable Wildflowers of Cowiche Canyon
WA Watchable Wildflowers of Douglas Creek - North
WA Watchable Wildflowers of Douglas Creek - South
WA Watchable Wildflowers of Fishtrap Lake
WA Watchable Wildflowers of Hog Lake
WA Watchable Wildflowers of Rock Island Creek
WA Watchable Wildflowers of Selah Butte
WA Watchable Wildflowers of The Horse Heaven Hills
WA Watchable Wildflowers of Wahkiacus Canyon
WA Watchable Wildflowers of Wilson Creek

    The Watchable Wildflowers Guide, now out-of-print, is offered to you in a scanned format as PDFs courtesy of the Bureau of Land Management.  We hope you enjoy and take the time to visit some of these special sites.




Updated: March 8, 2015
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