Fawn lily, Forks of Butte Creek Recreation Area, on Federal BLM land, California, USA.
Erythronium californicum (common name California fawn lily) is a species of flowering plant in the family Liliaceae, endemic to moist woodland habitats in the mountains of Northern California. Hike in Forks of Butte Creek Recreation Area, on Federal BLM land, California, USA. Directions from Chico: drive northeast on State Highway 32, 20 miles to Forest Ranch, then southeast on Garland Road (graded dirt road), then left on Doe Mill Road. It is about 4.75 miles to Butte Creek trailhead from Highway 32.Add to Cart Add to Lightbox Download