Kern County is becoming more colorful earlier this year because of a very wet winter. I give you a peek at the beautiful scenery that Kern County is offering and you may catch it driving along your commute.
If you are traveling along the Grapevine, you are going to notice these orange flowers popping up all over the place, and wildflowers are popping up all over Kern County due to the record breaking rainfall set this past winter. I have the top best places where you can view the beauty and the early bloom and what nature has to offer in Kern County.
Teresa Hitchcock the Assistant County Administrative Officer for the Kern County Board and Trade has this to say.
"We are really excited and this is a fantastic year for wildflowers this year. Wind wolves is fantastic. Anywhere along the Tejon Pass, HWY 178 up the canyon. There are some really spectacular places to see them so basically anywhere in the foothills and if you go to VisitKern.Com we have a wildflowers homepage that will list a number of places to go and see them as well as places where you can hike and camp among the wildflowers."
Spring is less than one week away and nature is already showing it in Kern County. If you have any beautiful pictures of the flowers you can send it to 23ABC on Facebook or Adam Bowles 23ABC on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.