Sandia Wildflowers

Last weekend when Bosque Bill and I went out in search of Three-toed Woodpeckers, we found that the Sandia Mountain wildflowers were blooming everywhere as a result of the monsoon rains.

Red Elderberries

Red Columbine

Harebells

Orange Agoceris

Wild Geraniums

Mountain Asters

Orange Mountain Daisy

Cut-leaved Coneflower

Rocky Mountain Penstemon

Indian Paintbrush

Wildflowers and Painted Lady Butterfly

It was a beautiful day for a walk in the mountains!

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6 Comments

Filed under Butterflies, Flowering shrubs, Flowers, Scenery, Wildflowers

6 responses to “Sandia Wildflowers

  1. Stunning Linda! What a beautiful post!!

  2. Such beautiful photos. Thanks for sharing them!

  3. Your wildflower photos are stunning! Can’t believe the varities you found & of course know the names. inspirational:)

  4. Linda, these are absolutely lovely images! The colors are stunning. A very nice variety of wildflowers to view. Wonderful post!

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