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maples Genus Acer

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karavanslyck

Date

May 16, 2012

Description

This is a common type of maple identified easily by its leaf shape.

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karavanslyck

Date

May 16, 2012

Description

This flower resembles a daisy but the petals are more round and are purple. They have long stems and grow in the crevices of rocks.

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oaks (Genus Quercus) Genus Quercus

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karavanslyck

Date

May 16, 2012

Description

This kind of tree was found in several places around Ravenna and Green Lake and has leaves that look like an arugula plant.

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daisy Chrysanthemum majus

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karavanslyck

Date

May 16, 2012

Description

Daisies like these white ones are found all over the grassy lawn around green lake and in the median along Ravenna. They grow in clusters.

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larches (Genus Larix) Genus Larix

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karavanslyck

Date

May 16, 2012

Description

I believe this is some kind of fir tree because of the bark and needles, however the pine cones are reddish and the branches hand down lower instead of sticking straight out like other fir trees.

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Fungus

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karavanslyck

Date

May 16, 2012

Description

On this leaf there is some kind of fungus growing through the bottom of the leaf and sticking up through the top. The fungus is red and pointy at the tip and covers the whole surface of the leaf. Not all of the leaves on this plant had the fungus but at least five did.

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American Crow (Corvus brachyrhynchos) Corvus brachyrhynchos

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karavanslyck

Date

May 16, 2012

Description

Crows are found just about anywhere, especially parks. This bird was on the ground scavenging for food.

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seagulls Genus Larus

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karavanslyck

Date

May 16, 2012

Description

Seagulls are extremely common around the northwest and can be found in flocks. They are mostly around bodies of water, such as Green Lake, and in parks or other urban areas.

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Black-capped Chickadee Poecile atricapillus

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karavanslyck

Date

May 16, 2012

Description

I heard this chickadee before spotting it because of the distinct call it makes. Also the coloring of the white and black on its head are specific to the black-capped chickadee. This bird had just caught a worm and was sitting in the tree eating it when I took this picture.

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karavanslyck

Date

May 16, 2012

Description

This flower is a light pink with purple spots on it and the leaves of the plant are opposite.

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Japanese Andromeda Pieris japonica

Observer

karavanslyck

Date

May 16, 2012

Description

This bush seems to resemble the columbia manzanita because of the bell shaped flowers and the coloring. Also the way they hang vertically off the ends of the branches

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Japanese maple (Acer palmatum) Acer palmatum

Observer

karavanslyck

Date

May 16, 2012

Description

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.

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Garden Snail Helix aspersa

Observer

karavanslyck

Date

May 16, 2012

Description

This type of snail is commonly found in gardens and has brown coloring on its shell.

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karavanslyck

Date

May 16, 2012

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karavanslyck

Date

May 16, 2012

Description

The bush has pointy leaves with a few purple flowers at the end of the stems. Each flower has five petals.

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karavanslyck

Date

May 16, 2012

Description

The Fraglile Fern is distinct from other ferns because it grows in rock crevices and ledges and tends to start smaller, pan out and then shrink in width at the tips. The leaves themselves are thinner than a sword fern.

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karavanslyck

Date

May 16, 2012

Description

The tree these berries were found on had some green leaves and others that were red. All of them are pointy and alternate in placement. The berries are a bright red and grow in clumps at the end of the branch. There were several of these trees around the area.

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karavanslyck

Date

May 16, 2012

Description

This bush has pink flowers with leaves placed opposite of each other. The bush was dense and could not be looked through.

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Pinemat manzanita Arctostaphylos uva-ursi

Observer

karavanslyck

Date

May 16, 2012

Description

Also known as kinnikinnick this plant is easily identified by the small leaves and bright red berries.

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heartleaf bergenia (Bergenia cordifolia) Bergenia cordifolia

Observer

karavanslyck

Date

May 16, 2012

Description

This plant has large leaves that have a leathery feel to them and the flowers in the middle have a long stem and the petals are purple.

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Common Dandelion Taraxacum officinale

Observer

karavanslyck

Date

May 16, 2012

Description

Dandelions are very common in this area in lawns, the bases of trees and sidewalk edges.

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Maple

Observer

karavanslyck

Date

May 16, 2012

Description

Because of the leaves I think this tree is some sort of maple. It has red and pink flowers on the end of the branch.

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karavanslyck

Date

May 16, 2012

Description

The leaves are oval shaped and were felt like to the touch. Also there were thinner leaves mixed in that were more elongated and not soft. There were brownish berry looking things hanging off the branches as well

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