Friday, April 5, 2013

4/5/13 Elk Viewing & Ozark Wildflower Report

Elk viewing remains very good and all day long most days.  There are 4 herds and many stragglers in
Pale Corydalis -- Ozark Wildflower
Pale Corydalis is Blooming Right Now
(with other wildflowers)
the valley now. The best viewing is the herd that moves around south of the Ponca Access up to the then entrance road to Lost Valley.  Of course the herd is in the fields on the east side of HWY 43.

The wildflower bloom is finally underway in earnest in all the wildflower venues along the river including Lost Valley, Smith Creek, Pruitt (east), Tyler Bend, and the trails at Buffalo Point. Just about any tributary creek woodland area along the river should be very good.

The water table is very high now so waterfalls are flowing very well now too.

Great floating and hiking weather. There is plenty to do and see at the Buffalo National River.

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