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California's desert blooms as drought comes to an end
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14 March 2017
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Southern California's deserts and hillsides are ablaze with color after a wet winter spurred what scientists say is the biggest wildflower bloom in years. Before the state's devastating five-year drought, Southern California families often made an annual trek to see wildflowers at Anza-Borrego and other destinations -- some as close as a freeway exit in the high desert. Now that storms have replenished dry desert land, the tradition has returned in force.
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