This gallery includes a variety of landscape and wildlife photos taken in the Kehoe Beach area of Point Reyes National Seashore, including song birds, shorebirds, and spring wildflowers. Kehoe Beach is the northernmost stretch of the Great Beach of Point Reyes. A short hike from Pierce Point Road leads you past a freshwater marsh and through a thick growth of wildflowers in the spring. As you near the dunes, the yellow bush lupine paints the landscape in color and the trail turns to sand. Once you descend the final hill you're free to explore a gorgeous beach. To the north Kehoe Beach is backed by the stone cliffs of Tomales Point, and to the south 11 miles of the Great Beach lined with sand dunes will take you to the Lighthouse.
Back dunes at Kehoe Beach (Horizontal)Goldfinch in the marshSinging in the marshSinging sparrow behind the dunesSong sparrow and yellow bush lupineGolden path to KehoeKehoe Beach in heavy fogTiny plants on tiny dunes, Kehoe BeachPlants on the dunesLooking north on Kehoe BeachTrail to the oceanStream to the seaMule deer on the hillsideSong sparrow with wildflowersGoldfinch in the wildflowersWhite-crowned sparrow sings from lupine branchSparrow in lupine with preySparrow singing along the trailGoldfinch on the reedsAmerican goldfinch in the marsh

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