East Bay River is a small blackwater stream that runs parallel to the coast. It has practically no gradient and therefore just flows along very slowly. Its water is so acidic that even R. serrulatum thrives only sparsely. However, this did not interest us today. But the river banks are full of magnificent specimens of Sarracenia leucophylla. There is also Sarracenia rosea in some places. Lilium iridollae is frequent. Particularly striking today, however, was Ilex vomitoria with its bright red fruits.