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A paradise for sparrows, the Demonstration Garden comprises several quiet, semi-enclosed, shady places to sit on a bench and observe the non-native varieties of shrubs, trees, container plants, and perennials. In addition to sparrows, California Quail, Towhees, and Downy Woodpeckers also frequent this lovely and relatively untravelled corner of the Botanical Garden. Photos from this zone can be viewed here.

0066sfbg09mar24z05 Leucospermum 'Scarlet Ribbon'

2009-MAR-24; bed 3m
0067sfbg09mar24z05 Prunus 'Shirotae'
Japanese flowering cherry
2009-MAR-24; bed 3c
0137sfbg09apr11z05 Chiranthofremontia lenzii

2009-APR-11; bed 3b
0057sfbg09mar17z05 Phylica pubescens
2009-MAR-17; bed 3r
0058sfbg09mar17z05 Maytenus boaria
2009-MAR-17; bed 3a
0065sfbg09mar24z05 Erica blandfordia

2009-MAR-24; bed 3m
0003sfbg09feb07z05 Buteo lineatus
red-shouldered hawk
2009-FEB-07; bed 3g
0004sfbg09feb07z05 Calypte anna
Anna's hummingbird
2009-FEB-07; bed 3i
0025sfbg09mar14z05 Zonotrichia atricapilla
golden-crowned sparrow
2009-MAR-14; bed 3i

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