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Channel Islands National Park: Island Fox By Aaron Johnson, Joel Anderson, 2023

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Channel Islands National Park offers visitors a unique view of wildlife untouched, just minutes off the coast of Southern California. The park comprises five of the eight Channel Islands and the waters around them. The park is home to over 800 plant species including colorful wildflowers which bloom in season. Each island is floristically unique due to a complex interplay of factors, including distance from the mainland and other islands, size of the island, local climate, maximum elevation, and topographic diversity. During a normal year of rainfall, the islands are green and wildflowers reach peak bloom around late winter and spring. The brilliant yellow coreopsis flowers usually peak between late January through March. The best viewing of these flowers occurs on Santa Barbara, Anacapa, and San Miguel Islands. The island fox only lives on six of the eight Channel Islands off the coast of southern California, and they are found nowhere else on Earth. Each island population is recognized as a separate endemic or unique subspecies. The island fox, a descendant of the mainland gray fox, is the largest of the Channel Islands' native mammals, but one of the smallest canid species in the world. Enjoy this foxy print as a framed print, canvas, metal sign, postcard or note card. To learn more about the park, check out the Island Conservation Group.

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