Wildflower 'super bloom' springs in California

The US state of California has been under a drought emergency order since 2014. But after a winter of heavy rains, there is now a 'super bloom' of wildflowers.

    The US state California has been under a drought emergency order since 2014.

    But after a winter of heavy rains, there is now a "super bloom" of wildflowers.

    Tourists and locals alike are flocking to remote valleys in southern California to see it.

    Al Jazeera speaks to a member of the Bureau of Land Management, who has waited a long time to take in the lush landscapes.


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