The official Oregon State Parks Darlingtonia Natural Site pages provide essential information for visitors, and virtual reality scenes from inside the preserve.

An excellent overview of the biology and legal protection status for Darlingtonia Californica from U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.

The U.S. Forest Service hosts this scientific overview of Darlingtonia Californica.

A scholarly overview of Darlingtonia on the College of the Siskiyous site, by Linda Freeman.

The Siskiyou National Forest has Frank Lang's nature notes on Darlingtonia.

The odd Carnivorous Plants on Stamps page includes a host of lickable bug-eating specimens!

Check out another Darlingtonia trail in the Smith River National Recreation Area.

View some beautiful photos of Darlingtonia Californica on Galleria Carnivora's pages.

Grow your own cobra lily with seeds from the C.E.G. Nursery, which specializes in carnivorous plants...

plus...Cascade Carnivorous Plants sells Darlingtonia... does the Paradisia Nursery...

Other must-see parks in the area are spectacular Heceta Head to the north and the Honeyman Memorial park to the south. Heceta Head has historic tours of the lighthouse and grounds, picnicking, beach access and miles of hiking trails. Honeyman is a sprawling park of sand dunes, lakes and wide beaches that has camping, picnicking, swimming and hiking opportunities. Both are located within a few miles of the Darlingtonia preserve.



 All images are ©Tom Kloster 2002, and may not be used without permission