Multiple individuals on surrounding plants as well. Getting ready to molt after a nice rain fall.
I climbed down into Walnut Creek to explore off the path and found some new things. Not sure what this is, but the tiny orange and purple flowers were pretty. Pics not so good.
The tree was on a little hill. It has a lot of berries with small leaves. The back of the leaves, you can see more of the main vein in the back of the leaf. The branches are closer to the ground.
A cleared section along Perymans Road with the old macrocarpa trees felled and waiting in piles to be burned.
First open flowers of the season on this cabbage tree. This, and one other tree I saw later in the day, are the first cabbage tree flowers I've seen in Christchurch this season.
green leaves growing off the branches in bunches. greyish trunk with more greenish yellow branches. dark bunches of a hard material growing off the branches. too big to accurately measure
green leaves growing in pairs. trunk is grey/brown, branches are smoother and more red. about 10 feet wide and 25 feet tall
Fungi on a decaying log in the forest area of the Central Kentucky Wildlife Refuge.
Observed during celebration of 10th anniversary of Little River Basin Master Gardener Chapter (Milam Co.) in the Xeriscape garden.
long branches with pale green leaves. pale green/yellow berries. wide and tall
On old moist conifer log
I knew this was a blue heron, but I couldn't distinguish it from a "Great Blue Heron" or a "Little Blue Heron"
I know this because my friend actually gets a lot of them in her marsh in King City.
It is a large wadding bird.
Habitat: Near Open body of water
Size: Large. Wadding.