Vistas rich with life and color have sprung up in the California desert following abundant rain.
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An exceptionally rainy spell has brought vibrant life to the desert landscape of Anza-Borrego State Park in San Diego County, California. This massive greening—the largest in many years—is part of a ‘super bloom’ sweeping several of California’s arid and grassland regions. And wildlife is responding to the uncharacteristic flowering: Caterpillars feed on the colorful bounty, and in turn hawks and reptiles feed on the insects. VIDEO: Roger Uzun
READ: Why California Deserts Are Experiencing a ‘Super Bloom’
This Is a Desert. Notice Something Strange? | National Geographic
As featured on Where to See WildFlowers in the Bay Area