Wildflowers flourish along a trail below the summit of Mt. Tallac in Lake Tahoe in summer 2013. Mt Tallac is one of the iconic hikes in Tahoe. UC Davis researchers, in a report published Monday, found that dry, hot weather has caused wildflower diversity to decline.
Wildflowers flourish along a trail below the summit of Mt. Tallac in Lake Tahoe in summer 2013. Mt Tallac is one of the iconic hikes in Tahoe. UC Davis researchers, in a report published Monday, found that dry, hot weather has caused wildflower diversity to decline. Randy Pench rpench@sacbee.com
Wildflowers flourish along a trail below the summit of Mt. Tallac in Lake Tahoe in summer 2013. Mt Tallac is one of the iconic hikes in Tahoe. UC Davis researchers, in a report published Monday, found that dry, hot weather has caused wildflower diversity to decline. Randy Pench rpench@sacbee.com

UC Davis study finds dry weather threatening California wildflowers

June 22, 2015 6:02 PM

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