Not sure if this is A. boreas boreas or A. boreas halophilus. Any tutoring in toad ID would be appreciated.
Don't know if this can be counted as a beaver observation. It certainly wasn't recent, as the wood has had time to take on the weathered gray color.
This looks like black-tailed jackrabbits I've seen, but I know white-tailed jackrabbits also occur in the area.
light cinnamon brown spores
Many features fit Marasmus oreades, however stalk is darker than cap. Growing in wide arc on irrigated lawn.