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Sonoma County

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A Western Scrub Jay perched at the top of an oak tree. A California Poppy against the backdrop of a lichen-covered rock. Mushrooms in the winter. A view of Fort Ross. Bright new California Buckeye leaves with oak trees in the background. A turkey vulture circling overhead. Mushrooms in the winter. A former hop kiln, now a winery, in the Russian River area. A flooded meadow near marshland across from Infineon Raceway north of San Francisco Bay (Roche Winery is the barn looking building in the background). A California Sea Lions resting in the sun. A grapevine in early Spring. A close-up of a dead bird. California Poppies in Spring. A coastal sandstone rock exhibiting a pattern of erosion called Tafoni. The mouth of the Russian River in California. Mushrooms in the winter. A view of the coast from Fort Ross. The Holstein Hill trail on the Montini Preserve. A Western Gray Squirrel checking out the intruder. Spring Lake Park in Santa Rosa, California. A dead bird. A California Poppy. A California Poppy -- one flower in full bloom with another about to shed its sheath. A California Poppy about to shed its sheath in Spring and bloom. The mouth of the Russian River in California. Historic artifacts at Fort Ross State Historic Park. Lupine both foreground and background, with a California Poppy about to shed its sheathe and bloom in Spring. The mouth of the Russian River in California, with seal lions. A California Fuchsia at the end of a California summer. The mouth of the Russian River in California, with seal lions.

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