"Next to a salvia shrub. The brick in the photo is about 3.5 inches wide."
- Thomas Contreras
Observation and photo by Thomas Contreras, sent to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Found on bike path
Head, hind limbs + tail found in driveway. Likely victim of a house cat.
Adult bird standing among double-crested cormorants, what might be a snowy egret nearby. Photo by Nathan Ellstrand
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.
Found it under my planter.