giant sequoia tree at UW. oldest tree on campus
ducklings at Drumheller fountain!
Gingko tree on campus. learned that they can survive atomic bombs!
Very common moss, seen growing on front porch. Tall red spores with tiny lighter colored heads
plum(?) looking tree with dark green-purple leaves. Many trunks originating from center area.
Tall tree with white flowers and red fruits.
tall tree surrounded by many similar in densely wooded area
not sure if ID correct. rounded opposite leaves in low growing shrub
dense shrub with dark-veined leaves
medium height plant growing among ivy and ferns
tall grass with grain-like ends
Thought at first this was a cluster of eggs of some sort but after research learned it is the cover made by the nymph stage of the spittle bug or froghopper.
This moss was growing exclusively on trees as far as I could tell with small fernlike growths extending upwards.
Wilting flowers partially eaten by insects, many petals had fallen. These were the last couple blooms of the shrub.
moss growing on rock and tree trunk, very long, about three to four inches in length hanging. soft to touch
Abundant weeds growing in partially shaded understory of forest.
Tall grass growing along trail about three to four feet high and very dense.
also known as shield lichen, this was on a large boulder in the middle of the stream.
Yellow dusty lichen on branch, along with other species
not sure of the specific species of this clover, seen in large open expanse of grass, quite abundant.
patch of daisies in open field