Photo from camera trap
Photo from camera trap.
Golden eagle photographed by camera trap. I observed a pair of golden eagles flying in the area 2 days before. They may be looking to nest.
from camera trap at edge of chaparral patch
Large (25-30cm length) turtle, possibly exotic (shell pattern doesn't look like much Western painted turtle or red eared slider). Distinct red marks on top of shell.
photo from camera trap
From camera trap in experiment area. Every spring we get a couple of killdeer trying to nest in a gravel parking lot or other open area.
The bird was pecking off big chunks of bark on a huge, dead willow tree.
I had binoculars and was quite close to the tree, so the view was great. But all I had was an iphone to take a picture.
Photo from camera trap at edge of woodland/grassland habitat.
Photo from camera trap aimed at a woodrat nest for docent project. Hundreds of photos of the woodrat working nightly on the nest. Site is in a big Dirca and poison oak patch.
This is a camera trap photo from 2010. This is the only merriam's chipmunk I have seen during 8 years at Jasper Ridge. I had forgotten about it until someone asked me about them recently (apparently the chipmunk's call can be confused with that of the pygmy owl).
Habitat is a western leatherwood / dirca occidentalis patch under coast live oak.
Camera trap photo. Notice second coyote in the background.
Camera trap photo taken along a trail.
Gray fox at one of the motion-activated video cameras. This is chaparral habitat near oak woodland.
S(he) has been at this camera on 3 different occasions now. Throughout Jasper Ridge as a whole, I only have 2 other probable fox photos at camera traps over the past 3 years, both blurry.