Its beauty changes with the season and its only about 1/2 hour away. After Laura, Linda and I left the Vic Fazio Yolo Wildlife Area, we went on to the UC Davis Arboretum.

I’ve been there several times and have posted images. But, there’s always something new to be found whether it’s wildlife or plants. We go there to walk and shoot, but there’s more going on. From their website, here is what they have and offer to the general public:

The loop is 3.5 miles, and you’ll find people walking and riding bikes. Families enjoy the scenery, bring picnic lunches and you can find students studying during school. And, it changes with each season.

This trip, we caught the last of the Fall colors, a few birds and the crisp cool air. Take a look.

 

 

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10 thoughts on “There’s never enough of a good thing: UC Davis Arboretum

  1. Oh, I love the arboretum. I used to go there a lot when I was a student. I took my hubby there once and we walked our dog. He couldn’t believe I had such a nice campus with this amazing arboretum. We’ll have to go here together sometime. This would be a great place to meet up when we are passing through. There are some horses we could snap and some other structures, to do something a bit different. You caught it at a very nice time. The water reflections are gorgeous. The Egret captures are amazing, and the blue heron.

    1. I think the last time I was there was late spring when everything was blooming. It was amazing. I’ve also taken pictures of the horses. Yes, when you’re traveling through, let me know.

      1. My pleasure, Anne! Thank you so much for your kind words! You really put a smile on my face and made my day 🙂 Have a lovely weekend ahead! x

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