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At this time of year when so many plants are going dormant, it's surprising to come across a lone yellow flower in Bull Canyon

At this time of year when so many plants are going dormant, it's surprising to come across a lone yellow flower in Bull Canyon I stumble upon a big patch of fairly fresh scat in Bull CanyonThumbnailsGnarled root or trunk, probably from chilopsis linearis (desert willow), which seems to be the only tree in Bull CanyonI stumble upon a big patch of fairly fresh scat in Bull CanyonThumbnailsGnarled root or trunk, probably from chilopsis linearis (desert willow), which seems to be the only tree in Bull CanyonI stumble upon a big patch of fairly fresh scat in Bull CanyonThumbnailsGnarled root or trunk, probably from chilopsis linearis (desert willow), which seems to be the only tree in Bull CanyonI stumble upon a big patch of fairly fresh scat in Bull CanyonThumbnailsGnarled root or trunk, probably from chilopsis linearis (desert willow), which seems to be the only tree in Bull CanyonI stumble upon a big patch of fairly fresh scat in Bull CanyonThumbnailsGnarled root or trunk, probably from chilopsis linearis (desert willow), which seems to be the only tree in Bull CanyonI stumble upon a big patch of fairly fresh scat in Bull CanyonThumbnailsGnarled root or trunk, probably from chilopsis linearis (desert willow), which seems to be the only tree in Bull Canyon

I'm not completely sure, but I think this is evening primrose (oenothera hookeri).