Numerous in this location.
Many in this location.
Large, about 5" long. Active, did not roll up. Did not have the usual reddish bands - if anything, these were a vague yellowish grey.
Found under redwood log.
This scary guy was found under a very large fallen redwood log, and only put on this moss for a photo op. About 3/4" long; white eyes (!), big front claws and black vestigal wings.
Bright red, about 1/2" long. Under very large fallen redwood log.
In, and under, very large fallen redwood log.
Tiny, numerous and otherwise nondescript, clustered in the shade of a fallen redwood log.
Under redwoods, plant about 4' tall.
First of the season.
Yes - sticking its tongue out. :-)
Saw three feather piles and two dead intact ones, all near Schilling Lake, and a flock of about 25 live ones in the trees above the parking lot. I've reported the dead ones via this article: tocalwil.wordpress.com
Gathering dry lichen-covered branches, presumably for a nest. Ripped off some surprisingly large ones; flew back several times.
Many of them at this park.