Flora / Fauna, Coronado

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  • URSULA'S  NEW  FRIEND
    URSULA'S NEW FRIEND
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  • FLOWERS  BY  CORONADO  BEACH
    FLOWERS BY CORONADO BEACH
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    Is feeding birds forbidden there?

    by matcrazy1 Updated Oct 21, 2006

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    LOOKING  FOR  FOOD?

    I don't know. Nobody fed them on Coronado Beach when I was there (too luxury place or what? hehe).
    But I am sure they will always appreciate a little bit of bread being tossed their way!

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    Coronado's dogs

    by matcrazy1 Updated Oct 21, 2006

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    It seems that many visitors take their dog (or dogs) to Coronado. Nice friends, especially that it's not so difficult to find a place to walk a dog there - hmm... what about restrooms for their dogs?

    Btw they don't have toilets or WC in the USA, they have restrooms = a place to rest? hehe.

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    Don't they like palm trees?

    by matcrazy1 Updated Oct 21, 2006

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    Don't they like pretty palm trees?

    It seems that they like them a lot. There are more palm trees in Coronado than in San Diego - in private yards, around public buildings and just along streets.
    Usually they look like these ones on my picture.
    I wonder if they must water them in summertime?

    From Linda:
    Palm trees don’t need to be watered. Natural moisture in the air and rainfall is enough for them to grow.
    Thank you Linda!

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    Must they water their plants?

    by matcrazy1 Updated Oct 21, 2006

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    HORTICULTURE  OF  CORONADO

    Or maybe rains and natural moisture is enough to keep them alive. There are so many plants: palm trees, bushes, flowers around Coronado.

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    Doggy friend

    by matcrazy1 Updated Oct 21, 2006

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    URSULA'S  NEW  FRIEND

    Aren't dogs friendly there?
    Look at Ursula's new friend on the picture.

    Do they travel with their dogs? I know now why do they love pick-up cars :-).

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    Don't they like flowers?

    by matcrazy1 Updated Oct 21, 2006

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    FLOWERS  BY  CORONADO  BEACH

    It seems that they don't like them... they LOVE them hehe.
    There are a lot of various flowers in Coronado and they all bloom in April - do they bloom all year round?

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