MCBC Community 2019 Wildflower Ride Showcases Mt. Tam Bloom

The Marin County Bicycle Coalition and California Native Plant Society’s (CNPS) Third Annual Mount Tam Wildflower Ride was another success! It was a perfect day to view wildflowers and learn about our amazing native biodiversity.

We had over 60 nature-loving mountain bikers partake in a 25-mile ride through the Mount Tamalpais Watershed, led by CNPS docent Bruce Homer-Smith and CNPS Board Member Christina Toms.

Check out the gallery below to see some of the wildflowers we learned about along the way!

To learn more about these and other wildflowers you’ll see around Marin, check out Homer-Smith’s, which offers over 500 interactive lists of California plants found in the wild. 

A special thanks to Marin Museum of Bicycling for hosting us and to the Marin Municipal Water District for permitting the ride on the watershed!

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