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#1 of 5 Nature & Parks in Davis
Whether alone in your thoughts, strolling with your significant other, out for a jog or doing a little "road work" on your bike, you will soon make the Arboretum a year-round favorite.
In addition to the flora, you have the opportunity of seeing otters, ducks and other birds, and educational displays about the original Native American inhabitants of the area.
#2 of 5 Nature & Parks in Davis
You can very easily adapt this series of pathways around Davis to a stroll, hike or bike ride with a duration for your physical ability and time constraints.
It is a well maintained, well-loved, environment with some really nice features: the north davis pond, the nature trail, and some really nice playgrounds for the little ones.
#3 of 5 Nature & Parks in Davis
There are various fairs and shows there intermittently throughout the year and the head 11 museum was there to visit as well as the bicycle Hall of Fame but
Farmer's market on Saturday AM and Wednesday PM, exploring the garden (a great place to photograph bees -- native and honeybees).
#4 of 5 Nature & Parks in Davis
It is a great place to see native (and non-native) plantings that are attractive to honeybees, as well as a variety of other, native bees (carpenter, cuckoo, mason, bumble and sweat bees all make their homes here)...
The Häagen-Dazs honey bee haven is a bee-friendly demonstration garden on the University of California Davis campus that is supported by the Häagen-Dazs® ice cream company.
#5 of 5 Nature & Parks in Davis
There is a delightful White Flower Garden at the East end of UC Davis' Arboretum, with a Gazebo.
The Carolee Shields White Flower Garden is part of the arboretum path at UCD.