On a Mule Fat plant.
Found growing on the side of a mountain.
These are the only rabbits that inhabit the area.
I think this is a different type of crawfish. It did not have the same markings as a juvenile red swamp or signal.
Just when I thought the day couldn't get any better finding a garden slender salamander, I ended up finding these two guys. Like I said with the garden slender salamander observation, these guys overlap ranges with the garden slender salamanders in this particular location.
I was very happy when I found this guy. These guys overlap ranges with the black bellied slender salamanders.
I only found one. Sorry for the horrible picture, this guy would just not stop moving.
Found some in the stream.
Found underneath a bridge in the park. Desert cottontail only inhabit the park. This rabbit was too big and it had colors of a domesticated rabbit.
Any help would be appreciated.
Grew everywhere by the stream.
I don't know what type of plant this is. Any help would be appreciated.
Mostly brown with varying shades. Greyish underbelly with hints of white.
I found it in the parking lot of my grandma's house. She wasn't to happy when I brought it in the house with me.
Uploading this photo a second time, but tagging the monarch larva instead of the milkweed plant (the cropped photo was made to focus on the caterpillar). The original description from Teri Adamson can be found here: http://www.inaturalist.org/observations/816383.
Observation and photo by Teri Adamson, sent to firstname.lastname@example.org.
"I have a few frequent monarch adults visiting our garden. There are new caterpillars daily, and we have to keep buying new plants to keep them fed! In the last few days, we've noticed two chrysalises attached to two locations in our yard." - Teri
Observation and photos made by Teri, sent to email@example.com.
Flew in right above my head and landed in my neighbor's persimmon tree.
I found about 50 of these guys within two days. All I had to do was move around some leaves and 1 or 2 would pop out. I found about 10 in a log that was in the middle of the stream.
Found it in the stream that goes through the park.
Utilizing nest box at Chino Creek Wetlands.
These were tadpoles in a pool of water. It was right next to a huge stream with bullfrog and western toad tadpoles in it too. Couldn't get any good pictures of the western toads. Also, I heard some croaking around the stream.