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Rockville Hills Regional Park


The central area of Rockville Hills with its oaks and grasses.


Acorn woodpeckers are a common sight at the park.


The volcanic rock that gives Rockville Hills its name is found in outcrops throughout the park.


Turkey vultures hanging out
on some of the rocks.


A deer peeking out of the chaparral.


Some of the manzanita trees along the Manzanita Trail.


Elegant clarkia wildflowers.


Towards the northern end of the park, the rocks and trees grow coats of moss.


Fernald's iris is endemic to Northern California.


The sun coming up over the lake in the center of the park.


A frog in the lake.


Phacelia flowers sometimes line the Lower Tilley Trail in spring.

All photos © 2012, Karlyn H. Lewis or James E. Lewis