Two lizards were spotted.
1. This one looks Italian Lizard yet the color is not bright green.
2. This is a small one.
- Ken Yanagida
Observation and photos by Ken Yanagida, sent to firstname.lastname@example.org.
A caterpillar found crawling over the trail in a shady area.
Found under a rock, with some old mud-dauber nests. About 2-3 mm long
A lone orange-brown skipper. Was not feeding, but came to a stop for several minutes on the Poison Oak.
Not totally sure of the species (Even though I should know it). Found growing on a hillside off the trail by a few yards.
Found in a little depression in the ground, initially well hidden under grass (and I returned it to it's hiding spot after nudging it out to see its head). It was cold, and slow to move and react.
Especially dark. It was a cool and cloudy morning, and this trail was fairly breezy and cool.
A Lesser Goldfinch feeding of a small plant.
with slider turtle, DOGO and DODU
Saw many of these in Pv
Just a western that I spotted in Pv. It was one of many.
On a stucco wall.
I saw several of these out that day. This one landed on the ground, and allowed me to get close enough to get some fairly decent photographs.
Yet another Western Fence Lizard I spotted. One of many under a willow tree.
One of several out that day. Please correct me if I'm wrong on the ID, lepidoptera aren't really my cup of tea.
One of many in a small shaded area. This one found me very intimidating, and did pushups for about 30 seconds before finally running.