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Palomar Observatory Photos
Palomar Observatory
Owned and operated by the California Institute of Technology
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Oak Trees Images
Oak Trees
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Stock photography of California Gnatcatcher
California Gnatcatcher
Listed as threatened in 1993. Its native habitat coastal sage scrub and California sagebrush has been heavily impacted by a combination of urban development livestock grazing off-highway vehicle use and military training.
species: Polioptila californica
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Wild Turkey Pictures
Wild Turkey
Wild Turkeys prefer oak woodlands but can also be found in grasslands and pine forests.
species: Meleagris gallopavo
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Stock photos of Oak Trees
Oak Trees
In clearing morning fog.
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Pictures of Oak Trees on Green Slope
Oak Trees on Green Slope
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Stock images of Hale Telescope at Palomar Observatory
Hale Telescope at Palomar Observatory
At 200 inches the Hale Telescope remained the largest effective telescope for 45 years from 1948 to 1993.
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Oak Trees in Clearing Fog Stock Photography
Oak Trees in Clearing Fog
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Palomar Observatory Dome Photos
Palomar Observatory Dome
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Hale Telescope at Palomar Observatory Images
Hale Telescope at Palomar Observatory
Although completed in 1948 the Hale Telescope still plays a key roll in modern astronomy.
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Stock photography of Palomar Mountain Observatory
Palomar Mountain Observatory
Owned and operated by the California Institute of Technology
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Oak Trees Pictures
Oak Trees
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Stock photos of Oak Trees - Silhouette
Oak Trees - Silhouette
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Pictures of Oak Trees
Oak Trees
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Stock images of Oak Trees
Oak Trees
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Oak Trees - Silhouette Stock Photography
Oak Trees - Silhouette
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Oak Trees Fall Color Photos
Oak Trees Fall Color
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Oak Trees Fall Color Images
Oak Trees Fall Color
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Stock photography of Bubbling Mineral Hot Spring
Bubbling Mineral Hot Spring
Natural mineral hot spring water surface patterns.
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Bubbling Mineral Hot Spring Pictures
Bubbling Mineral Hot Spring
Natural mineral hot spring water surface patterns.
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Stock photos of Bubbling Mineral Hot Spring
Bubbling Mineral Hot Spring
Natural mineral hot spring water surface patterns.
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Pictures of Bubbling Mineral Hot Spring
Bubbling Mineral Hot Spring
Natural mineral hot spring water surface patterns.
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Stock images of Warner Hot Springs
Warner Hot Springs
Natural mineral hot springs.
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Warner Hot Springs Stock Photography
Warner Hot Springs
Natural mineral hot springs.
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Julian Cafe & Bakery Sign Photos
Julian Cafe & Bakery Sign
Julian was founded as a California gold rush town. In 1869 a cattleman Fred Coleman found a few flecks of gold in a small creek. Soon displaced confederate civil war veterans flocked to the area to seek their fortunes. One of them was Mike Julian after which the town is named. The gold rush was short lived but ranching farming and later apple orchards followed. Apples pies and cider became Julians gold.
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Julian Cider Mill Images
Julian Cider Mill
Julian was founded as a California gold rush town. In 1869 a cattleman Fred Coleman found a few flecks of gold in a small creek. Soon displaced confederate civil war veterans flocked to the area to seek their fortunes. One of them was Mike Julian after which the town is named. The gold rush was short lived but ranching farming and later apple orchards followed. Apples pies and cider became Julians gold.
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Stock photography of Julian Hotel
Julian Hotel
Originally opened in 1898 the Julian Hotel is the oldest continuously operated hotel in southern California and is listed in the National Register of Historic Places.
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Julian Downtown Shops Along Main Street Pictures
Julian Downtown Shops Along Main Street
Julian was founded as a California gold rush town. In 1869 a cattleman Fred Coleman found a few flecks of gold in a small creek. Soon displaced confederate civil war veterans flocked to the area to seek their fortunes. One of them was Mike Julian after which the town is named. The gold rush was short lived but ranching farming and later apple orchards followed. Apples pies and cider became Julians gold.
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Stock photos of Julian Hotel
Julian Hotel
Originally opened in 1898 the Julian Hotel is the oldest continuously operated hotel in southern California and is listed in the National Register of Historic Places.
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Pictures of Julian Hotel
Julian Hotel
Originally opened in 1898 the Julian Hotel is the oldest continuously operated hotel in southern California and is listed in the National Register of Historic Places.
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Stock images of Julian Downtown Shops Along Main Street
Julian Downtown Shops Along Main Street
Julian was founded as a California gold rush town. In 1869 a cattleman Fred Coleman found a few flecks of gold in a small creek. Soon displaced confederate civil war veterans flocked to the area to seek their fortunes. One of them was Mike Julian after which the town is named. The gold rush was short lived but ranching farming and later apple orchards followed. Apples pies and cider became Julians gold.
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Julian Downtown Shops Along Main Street Stock Photography
Julian Downtown Shops Along Main Street
Julian was founded as a California gold rush town. In 1869 a cattleman Fred Coleman found a few flecks of gold in a small creek. Soon displaced confederate civil war veterans flocked to the area to seek their fortunes. One of them was Mike Julian after which the town is named. The gold rush was short lived but ranching farming and later apple orchards followed. Apples pies and cider became Julians gold.
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see also
| California Inland Backcountry | Dragonfly | Julian | San Diego Inland Backcountry | Threatened Species |

species represented
Meleagris gallopavo, Polioptila californica

keywords
Astronomy, Backcountry, Branches, Gnatcatchers, Gold Rush, Historic, Inland, Mineral, Mineral Spring, Mist, Mountain,
Mountains, Night Sky, Oaks, Oasis, Palm, Palms, Pattern, Patterns, Ranch, Ring, Rings, Spring, Star Gazing, Telescope,
Telescopes, Threatened Species, Tree, Trees, Water Surface, Wild Turkeys, Woodland, Woodlands

external links - (Links to external website reference material.)
| Caltech Astronomy Website |

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