Only one sprig. Found next to another small, green plant. Under redwood. No flowers.
This is a baby Redwood tree. Trunk of redwood about 1 3/4 in ch in diameter. New green branches sprouting from base.
i found her in my backyard walking in a gas tank
Deer scat located in the redwood Forrest on a slope with shade.
About 2 feet tall. Lots of fallen debris nearby. Large bay tree within 15 feet. Herbivory on most leaves. Nearly all eaten.
White crust on fallen branch. Along with bumpy white and green lichen. Six inch patch of white crust.
moving its abdomen back and forth. Only one in area, not moving anything else. Seems to have burnt wings. About 1 cm long. Found in mixed grassland on the edge of trail
About 3 inches wide at the base. four inches tall. Green and grey. About 35 feet away from the pond. 10 others in the area. This is one of the more 'established' or older ones.
3 redwoods and 3 feet away from each other in a triangle. All about 12 inches in diameter. Light covering of moss (barely visible). Not much foliage until 30 feet up.
This baby bay had many holes in the leaves and it seemed to have been receiving direct sunlight. The baby bay tree was located around redwoods on the slope of a mountain.
Feather found near Turtle Pond It is very soft, brown with 3 white spots. Likely a feather of some sort of owl.
Very light. Spore like dots about I mm wide. Found on Douglas fir with lots of other lichens.
There was one bay that was in the plot and barely starting to sprout. It has been eaten and does not have much sunlight for it to grow.
Two foliose lichens on same branch. One is lighter green, wider, on left. The other is blue-green, more filamented, thinner, on right. On a Douglas fir. Other types also present.
1 inch. Many in the area. It seems like there are two types of grasshoppers or more. There are definitely two different species. There are tan ones and others that look more red. There are many mating so there are males and females.
Oregon Ash tree found on side of trail in dry creek bed. Lichen hanging from branches. Other Ashes seen in area. No samaras.
This green patch of moss was growing on a tree that seemed to have been cut. It was located in the redwood Forrest.