I was asked to remove some dead trees around this area but decided against it cause if the number of woodpeckers in this area. Hopefully I don't get in trouble from the management machine
I am really excited about ID'ing birds. It really gives my perspective on caring for trees and protecting their nests and environments
What a big bird! This area is a great open space and I hope the grounds crew keeps its self from mowing it
Cultivated. These trees are found here and there around campus. I think it is a well behaved tree and has beautiful flowers!
Group of about 8, some briefly on the ground.
Snapdragon-like. Note two small Painted Lady caterpillars on left side leaves.
Larger than a lawn dandelion.
Male and female. Many at this location.
Another photo-bomb; two of them on the flowering plant pictured in the second photo. About 1/2" long.
About 1" across; sort of the moth version of a CA ringlet.
About 1/2" long. Sunny grass field.
About 2/3" across. Sunny grass field.
About 1" across; sort of like a moth version of a skipper. Sunny grass field.
Cultivated. Cool area to view this specie as there are two younger ones and one very large one in the same area. First three pics are of larger one
Cultivated. Largest of its kind on campus. About 15' DBH and probably 90
Cultivated. 8 DBH and about 35 feet tall.