Large black bee with two yellow stripes. One one the top of its head and one on its rear. Pollinating flowers. Evening, overcast but warm and dry all day.
Deciduous tree with opposite branching. Bark is dark brown and smooth. Flowers are tightly bunched in the middle and have a varied number of white petals encompassing them. Leaves are broad and tipped with veins curving parallel to the leafs edge.
Pines are very long and are in bundles of three. The bark is scaly and reddish/orangish in some areas . Growing in a relatively solitary area, very tall with pinecones growing and the ends of the branches.
White flower growing in relatively open area (little to no tree cover) in a small cluster of others of its kind. 6 petals 3 of which have a beautiful yellow/orange stripe boarded by violet/blue markings. One flower per stalk growing no higher than knee height.
Holes of varying size in cedar tree. Sap is leaking form them. Seem to be of varying depths.
Floating in the shallower areas of the lake bordering UW campus. Green and in a fairly consistent ~heart shape. No flowers currently showing.
Gorgeous bird by the lake/swamp area of UW campus. Gray/blue coloring with a very long beak and neck. Large wingspan and an awesomely terrifying velociraptor-like call.
Flat/slightly rolled leaves growing all around union bay natural area. Flexible and drooping, pointed at tip. Growing in small clumps amongst various other species of grasses.
Both in flower and in seed spreading form. Flower has many small yellow petals. White form has many loosely attached seeds which get easily carried away by the wind.
Growing in clusters. Multiple flowers per branch. Petals ~1 inch in length and across. Leaves are oblong and small. One stalk with red and yellow flowers (can't tell if different species or just variation)
Individual stalks. Growing amongst tall grass. Oblong top is covered in flowers/ spores? ~knee length in height.
See the little black spot on the left side of the tree? Bald eagle. Big bird, very easy to see by eye (although not by iPhone camera obviously) bright white head, lovely curved beak. Chilling up in a big tree probably waiting for something tasty to come by. Typical bald eagle shenanigans.
Growing in very small patch under deciduous trees. Bright orange/yellow. Petals the size of a fingernail.
Distinctive jagged edged or toothed leaves with pointed tips. Green top with white hairs the the underside of the leaves. No berries or flowers present but stems had many large thorns. Due to excessive weeding its presence is relatively limited compared to its potential.
Black with gorgeous red spot on shoulder. Makes several short "chirps" followed by one sweet "whistle". Slightly smaller than a pigeon.
Tree covered in pink flowers. Flowers have 5 petals each with pollen areas protruding slightly. Leaves are green, deciduous, and some are slightly curled inwards. Leaves also have pointed tips. Bark is generally smooth with some bumps or discolorations speckled evenly throughout. Alternate branching.
Small bird (gray&black?) many different calls sperarated by chirps. Kind of sounds like those Pokemon noises right before a battle. Hiding in the dead grass. Small tail upright, holding a tuft of something while making calls. Thin, sharp beak. Right next to water.
White, brown and black markings. Long neck, honking calls. Likes to hang out by the water. Generally known as a douche bird. Regularly keeps up its reputation. (I have not had good experiences with this type of bird)
Small purple flowers. Small evergreen leaves covering every side of plants thin twig body. Has a very pleasant smell, especially when crushed. Growing in large quantities, covering as much ground as possible.
Black plumage, medium sized bird. Fan shaped tail. Has a distinct "Caw" call.