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Death Valley National Park
In a state of superlatives, Death Valley National Park can outrank the best. It contains the lowest point in the United States, the hottest and driest climates, remarkable history, and the most outstanding photo opportunities ever created by shifting sands, canyons, marble cliffs, and historical rui
Californians in Aerospace
While other states have played important roles in the development of aerospace, much of the intellectual basis of the industry has arisen from the minds of Californians. Here are five important names to recall.
Poisonous California Plants
When on California trails, one must always be careful to avoid dangerous flora. This article will acquaint the reader with what to look for in order to be safe while hiking or walking. Stay safe!
Animals in the California Foothills
What's that in your swimming pool? Hint: it's not human! These animals will visit, and must be treated with respect.
California earthquakes are caused by California's geography and geology. As part of the Pacific Ring of Fire, the state is home to both volcanoes and fault lines which cause increased seismic activity.
The Channel Islands
Those islands off the coast of Ventura and Santa Barbara? Travel back in time to a primitive land of ocean creatures, wildflowers, and desert seascapes.
A Mediterranean Climate
California has a Mediterranean climate, which makes it quite different from the rest of the United States. Read on to discover how these differences play out from day to day.
Drought Tolerant Butterfly Gardening
Drought gardening can also be butterfly gardening. Many plants that well in the dry California landscape also provide nectar and foraging for caterpillars and butterflies.
Avila Valley Barn
The entire family will enjoy an outing to the Avila Valley Barn, where fruit can be picked, animals are waiting to be fed, and people enjoy the balmy weather and fresh produce of the Central Coast of California.
The Los Angeles.... River?
Think Los Angeles is a dry desert? You are correct... but it also boasts a river that runs from Simi Valley to Long Beach. Nature, recreation, and relaxation await the visitor.
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