While taking shots of the Pileated woodpecker, I saw another bird fly over to the pole and figured it was the mate of the first one. When I looked at the pic on my computer I found it to be a northern flicker instead that came over to see what the other was up to, I guess.
I first heard the call of this species and after looking around found it on the pole across the road.
Some kind of caterpillar or other type of larva found on a creeping manzanita bush.
Found in the courtyard of the Dwight Center.
Unharmed but resting- maybe hot a window? Drunk on fermenting berries? Who knows