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Here are the Editor's Picks articles for the California Site! These are the top ten articles that your California Editor feels are most important for you to read. Enjoy!
1. California Birding
Birdwatching is a wonderful way to see the fauna of the Golden State.
2. The Legend of the San Nicholas Island Woman
The story of Juana Maria, the Native American woman who inspired the children's classic Island of the Blue Dolphins, is a fascinating tale - and entirely true.
3. California Lighthouses
For lighthouse enthusiasts, California has a great deal to offer in the way of history and romance.
4. The Transverse Ranges of Southern California
Did you know that the sun does not set over the ocean from Santa Barbara south? The Transverse Ranges change the orientation of the Southern California Coast and thus have helped to create many of the wonderful areas in the region.
5. Food with a History at E Waldo Ward
Gourmet jams, jellies, and other condiments provide a link to the past at a tiny local business in the tiny town of Sierra Madre, California.
6. Joshua Tree National Park
An introduction to the Joshua Tree National Park
7. The Charles M. Schultz Museum
Do you like quirky, offbeat museums? Do you remember the cartoon Peanuts? This Santa Rosa museum honors Charles M. Schultz, and his magnificent lifework.
8. Redwoods National Park and Environs
A trip to the North Coast of California is everything a tourist has never associated with the state. This area is one of California's best-kept secrets.
9. Native Trees of California
Although Southern California is host to many tree species, very few of them are native to the state. Here are a few of the original residents.
10. Getting Into College in California
College acceptances are getting harder and harder at the state's elite public (and some private) institutions. It's important to understand the various kinds of institutions and choose carefully.
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