Due to the very dry winter, it seemed rather doubtful for wildflowers this year, then March came along, filled with rain and hope and finally, blooms are beginning to show.
Tom shares photos from a recent hike up Figueroa Mountain.
Max Rosenberg shares an aerial photo of Santa Barbara's lush greenery.
Chris shares the beautiful colors in a Goleta Beach sunset.
An edhat reader spotted a roadrunner in Goleta.
An edhat reader captured a photo of a doe grazing off Ashley Road.
Chuck shares photos of his caged bluebird feeder which now serves as a local bird restaurant.
Dulce shares a photo of a massive bird feeding on the Mesa.
Time for gardening! Rain has helped, and Spring is warming things up.
An edhat reader shares a video of a flowing Mission Creek.
Our March tree of the Month is the colorful Saucer Magnolia.
Michael captured stunning sunset images from La Cumbre Peak.
Chuck captures a photo of a local hawk surveying the domain.
Chuck documents the house hunting protocol of local Western Bluebirds.
Patti captured an otterly adorable photo of sea otters in Morro Bay.
An edhat reader shares tips on how to build the perfect nesting bird box.
Dulce shares photos of birds visiting her backyard.
Patricia shares a photo of the dried Santa Ynez riverbed.
An edhat reader shares a photo of Lizard's Mouth sunset view.
The Marina Strawberry & Hong Kong Orchid trees are the January and February Trees of the Month.
Patricia shares photos from the White Rock area.
Dulce captures a few romantic moments between two lovebirds.
Chris captures stunning photos of Goleta's colorful sunset from Thursday.
An edhat reader captured a photo of the sun peeking through the rain clouds.
Subscriber Chuck Cagara spied this hawk soaring high overhead.
Stan shares a photo of his friend "Jay."
An edhat reader captured a photo of a turkey vulture eating its prey.
Subscriber Chuck Cagara caught these Western Bluebirds at his birdbath as a small flock of seven spent time examining a nest box, drinking and bathing.
An edhat reader shares a photo of Agave flower stalks.
Dulce shares photos of some morning visitors on the Mesa, can edhat readers identify them?