The Gilroy campus is in full spring bloomby Jan Janes on May 8, 2020
The Student Center is framed with flowering plants in full bloom, including
roses and salvias, attracting pollinators and offering shelter to small animals.
The native oaks on campus offer shade and shelter to all the animals that visit.
Mexican sage, Salvia mexicana, provides nectar for hummingbirds. It flourishes
in many locations on the campus.
Trees, shrubs and flowering plants surround the Allied Health Building.
The leafy, tree-lined walkway leads to the upper buildings on campus.
Turtles climb floating islands to sun themselves in the lower pond. The islands
are a project started by STEM students.
A gander cruises the hallway next to the Physical Science classrooms, and his mate
waits for him around the corner.
One of the original sections of the Native Garden, established by botany students
four years ago.