My sister in law found a cocoon on her porch.
On the list of species to be discouraged on the Preserve; the main target of today's work crew.
This Q. kelloggii was seen in a residential neighborhood. Its age is about sixty years, exceeding the age of any homes on this ridge. Note two instances of young leaves sprouting directly from the trunk.
Seen perching in a Quercus kelloggii tree.
This moss was seen growing on the trunk of a living Quercus kelloggii tree about two meters above the soil surface.
Heard call. No visual. Rogers creek stream gauge site.
Here you go, Emily.