This Rock Pigeon was in a group. It had a nice color pattern. And was about the size of my hand (7")
This cheeseweed was found on the Mount Fiji hillside by the solar panels. It did not have any flowers but there were others nearby that had been desiccated by the sun and lack of water.
This Fountain Grass specimen was found near Berkus Hall. It was growing near a fence, showing its strength and drought tolerance.
This Avena sativa was found at Occidental College on the Mount Fiji hillside by the installed solar panels. There were other plants of its species close by.
This fountain grass was on the hillside of Mount Fiji going up towards the top of the hillside. The oat was surrounded by a few other species of its kind.
This fountain grass was seen on the far side of Mt. Fiji on a slope. It was near a paved surface, which shows its strength.
This was seen in the valley portion of the Mt. Fiji hillside alongside other Fountain Grass plants.
This Fountain Grass specimen was found towards the rising portion of the Mt. Fiji hillside. The plant is growing well, but is not surrounded by other living plants. Drought tolerance is a key characteristic of this plant that allows it to live.
This Pennisetum setaceum or fountain grass was found near the hillside of Mt. Fiji. It is one of the few plants that are flourishing on the hill side, as they are drought-tolerant.
Eating in conifer tree.
Black crow, crowing on the grass
White, downward pointing flower found near the road, possibly a weed species.
This flower was found growing on a hillside near the road.
Wasp resting on ivy leaves.
Red mite traversing the surface of ivy leaves
Tiny black fly resting on a cultivated rose
Sunny day, Lizard was very fast, I could barely photograph him/her
Sunflower has been eaten as demonstrated by the holes in the petals, some have bees on them
Bee resting on a sunflower. The bee seems tucked in.
California poppy growing near solar panels, not fully open yet
Ladybug at the LA Brea Tar Pits Pleistocene Garden on Saturday April 15, 2015 at 12:00pm.
Posted by Teacher Miss Amador at the
Page Museum Using the Outdoor Classroom
Can you spot the ladybug in each photo?
Why does the ladybug not have black spots?
Stayed Still on the leaf, also has yellow coloring to it? Maybe yellow tiny legs?
Found the ladybug's eggs under yarrow plant.
Many of these busy on the poppies today in the Pleistocene garden.