Sargent cypress log.
On Sargent cypress.
On a Sargent cypress branch.
On a Douglas fir stump.
In the litter where a number of Sargent Cypress logs are scattered.
This Douglas fir fell last year, turning a long column of these bracket fungi upside down.
From a Douglas Fir stump.
On a Walnut log.
Lots of these as the trail tops out; ready for Fritillaries!
I think; lousy picture, but excited to see one this early so I posted anyway.
One or two of these, taking advantage of a warm winter afternoon's milky sunshine to bask with spread wings.
Flying today with some sort of large white species that appeared to be trying to mate. The Satyr would pop up every time a white would pass by...
5mm or so.
I think... Two small caterpillars on what looks some sort of Brassica?
Actually they weren't obviously eating it on this cool day.
On a oaken branch along withhttp://www.inaturalist.org/observations/2611058