In top of brush in this photo . Chirping . We're two of these
On hawk hill west side
It was about 20 cm long.
Dead on the road, but didn't look particularly flat/squashed.
Endangered species (re)introduction. No historic records from Marin County, but historic range includes Mendocino County down to San Bernadino. Historic occurrence closest to this location is Presidio near Fort Point.
Need sp. name
Yeah, fur realz
In the backyard of a home formerly occupied by the caretaker of Laurel Hill Cemetery. Likely an ornamental cultivar, but possibly a species that occurred within the former cemetery grounds (which also featured the Franciscan and Raven's manzanitas). According to Tom Parker, possibly a subspecies of Arctostaphylos bakeri.
Visiting almost every flower in the area, but in this photo resting on the non-native Everlasting Pea (Lathyrus latifolius).