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Category: Life in Idyllwild

Lazuli Bunting visits Mountain Center pond

Lazuli Bunting visits Mountain Center pond

Kids stay cool at Idyllwild Pines

Kids stay cool at Idyllwild Pines

Fire personnel asked for autographs

Fire personnel asked for autographs

PHOTOS: Mountain Fire grows

PHOTOS: Mountain Fire grows

Sharp-shinned hawk sighting

Sharp-shinned hawk sighting

Red dragonfly at Lake Fulmor

Red dragonfly at Lake Fulmor

Temperature breaks the 100s

Temperature breaks the 100s

Town Hall kids learn about gardening

Town Hall kids learn about gardening

Chicks hatching

Chicks hatching

As another Idyllwild summer begins, a Steller’s Jay feeds four babies nearly ready to take flight and leave the nest …

Why everyone should visit Idyllwild

Why everyone should visit Idyllwild

Just like the desert Cahilla Indians centuries ago, San Jacinto mountains’ summer residents and visitors are slowly making their way from the desert’s three-digit temperatures to a much milder climate. But it isn’t just the climate that makes part-timers and visitors return to the Hill. Once exposed to Idyllwild and the surrounding areas, most people […]

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