Juveniles and adults were based around this small bridge over College Park Drive.
A small adult gull by the water at Seal Beach.
This distinctive garden vine was growing over the fence by the cycleway.
I watched a hummingbird feeding from these flowers.
Growing wild at the base of a phoenix palm.
We found this baby lizard in the house just inside the front door. We photographed it and released it back into the front garden.
In the afternoon I saw a baby lizard in the same spot, quite possibly the same individual, eaten by a mockingbird.
A mockingbird doing a display dance with its wings across the lawn.
A fig seedling? Wild.
This is a commonly planted ornamental tree in this area. I've not figured out what species it is yet. Does anyone know?
(Probably the same individual bird as I saw earlier at this spot.)
These Callistemon around the border of Edison Park will be planted, based on their size and regular arrangement. Scattered along the sides nearby San Gabriel River are plenty of wild juvenile and adult Callistemon, at least some of which are likely the offspring of these Edison Park plants.