Keeping an eye on an American Kestrel.
Abandoned best in mixed evergreen ecosystem, in a tan oak. Egg less than an inch at longest point. Best opening about 2.5 inches in diameter
The redwood sorrel is the low green carpeting the forest floor. Also seen is various ferns and Redwood trees.
Large, about 1". Folded inside a kelp leaf hideout.
Many at pleasure point reef.
Note the Swath of Destruction through the bryozoa. Notched posterior and sheathed rhinophores.
Beheading hydroids; stems were apparently yucky.