"This is the gecko I was telling you about on my brother's porch. There are at least 2 living there. I first saw geckos on his porch many years ago, like 10 or 15 at least, so they've been successful there for a long time. When I first saw them I couldn't believe how pink they were. This gecko is more tan, so either my memory is faulty or they've changed over time.
"They live near the foothills, the last bit of flat land before you head up to Big Bear, Crestline, etc. This was taken a couple of days ago, the weather has been pretty mild out there."
- Peggy Wu
Observation and photo by Peggy Wu.
"It appears to be an ivy (vine and leaf), but then has this huge seed pod." Photo by Brenda Laird
Observed chasing a female that was unreceptive. Someone forget to tell her it was Valentines day.
Habitat Photo included.
Raven or crow? I use the shape of the tail when viewed from underneath, but I can't do that from this side view.
Drive by bird watching.
Climbing the side of houses
Blooming plants in rocky, disturbed soil. Photo by Steve Mains. Identification confirmed by UC Riverside botanists Arlee Montalvo and Andrew Sanders.
I don't think I've ever noticed how utterly satanic these birds look in their mating plumage.
Adult moth. Photo by Julian Rasco.
this is an open field of nature in San Bernardino on a ranch where horses walk to and like to rest near. the shrubs and tree look very stiff and dry