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Sierra Oaks Real Estate boasts the most desirable properties in all Sacramento. Sierra Oaks homes can be as large as 6,000 square feet and include a wide range of modern amenities. Visit http://www.eaglerealty.org/neighborhoods/sierra-oaks/ for more information.

Tufted Jay is a species of bird in the Corvidae family. It is endemic to a small area of the Sierra Madre Occidental of Sinaloa and Durango in Mexico. It is resident in relatively moist, epiphyte-laden subtropical montane forests, especially those with a large component of oaks.

The Shasta would trade obsidian, deerskins and sugar pine nuts to their neighbors. Oaks become scarce and cease to thrive at this northern limit of California and the acorn flour became very valuable as a nourishing food that could be stored for hungry winter nights.

Hill That Uphold the SKy, 1927 by Frances Hammell Gearhart (b. 1869-1958), Californian artist (occasionally taught by Charles H. Woodbury) known for her colour woodcuts of the Sierras, the Pacific Coast, and the area around Big Bear Lake. She described sentinel trees, groves of eucalyptus, pines, oaks and Monterey cypress as well as valleys and canyons. http://www.francesgearhart.com/ Tags: Helen Elstone, Mountain, Distance, Trees, Water, Rocks

Coastline, 1935 by Frances Hammell Gearhart (b. 1869-1958), Californian artist (occasionally taught by Charles H. Woodbury) known for her colour woodcuts of the Sierras, the Pacific Coast, and the area around Big Bear Lake. She described sentinel trees, groves of eucalyptus, pines, oaks and Monterey cypress as well as valleys and canyons. http://www.francesgearhart.com/ Tags: Helen Elstone, Coast, Clifftops, Landscape, Sky

The Trail Home, 1930 by Frances Hammell Gearhart (b. 1869-1958), Californian artist (occasionally taught by Charles H. Woodbury) known for her colour woodcuts of the Sierras, the Pacific Coast, and the area around Big Bear Lake. She described sentinel trees, groves of eucalyptus, pines, oaks and Monterey cypress as well as valleys and canyons. http://www.francesgearhart.com/ Tags: Helen Elstone, Sky, Clouds, Mountain, Canyon