This bush has completely red leaves that are very thin and are alternately placed. It is a very common plant for this area and is only about 4 meters tall.
This plant was found off of a trail in Pack Forest. The triangular leaves surrounded a single stem leading to a group of white flowers at the top
This little guy was spotted underneath the leaves and branches off of a trail in Pack Forest. It was about 4 inches long with a small tail. It ate primarily by grabbing plants with its paws and bringing them into its mouth. The vole was casually eating some of the vegetation around him and didn't seem to be too concerned with the large group of college students taking picture within inches of him.
Palmates coltsfoot according to Dr. Pojar, seen in the densely wooded area approaching the Toutle River Sediment Retention Dam off Spirit Lake Highway.
Very dominant species and the most commonly observed in the Nisqually Wildlife Refuge, the Canadian Goose is very distinctive in its patterning with a grey body, and a black neck and head, with white behind its eyes.