Fall at Kaweah Oaks Preserve
is a beautiful time of year
California Grape and Blackberry leaves provide a beautiful contrast in the fall.

A young Valley oak sports bright colors
Valley oak, grape and sycamore leaves crunch underfoot
The leaves of the California Sycamore grow to gargantuan proportions at Kaweah Oaks Preserve
Silvery dried flower heads glisten in the morning light.
Soft, fluffy and full of seeds - 
these dried weeds attract many 
winter birds to Kaweah Oaks Preserve.
Fall is a busy time for ground squirrels. They are quite fearless when they have acorns to harvest.
Yerba manza in the alkali meadow takes on a very different look in the fall.
Timing is everything...
a giant sycamore takes on a golden glow in the early morning light.

Even the starknes has a strange beauty.
Goldenrod really does look golden in the fall.
Like a bracelet, the grapevines grace the majestic Valley oak.
The Grapevine Trail is fun any time of year.
 Incredible beauty in our own backyard!
Eerie and sometimes ghoulish, the vines consume young oaks.

Don't let another year pass without visiting Kaweah Oaks Preserve in November.

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