The first full day of spring was a continuation of warm bright days and at Sycamore Park there was a crowd looking to take advantage of the day.
The Clermont County Park District held its first wild flower walk of the season in the park. Naturalist Keith Robinson led visitors along the hiking trail through Wilson Nature Preserve and pointed out several wildflowers already in bloom, including salt and pepper and bloodroot.
Robinson said Sycamore Park and the nature preserve is the best park in the county to see wildflowers and many more will be popping up the coming weeks.
An additional wildflower walk is planned for 6 p.m. Wednesday, April 28 in the park. A naturalist will guide visitors along the trail.