Ellis Creek WRF, Petaluma, California.
Juvenile Western Toad. Found around 50 of them living under highway overpass. Living amongst pacific tree frogs. Found at midday with temp around 88 degrees fahrenheit.
Juvenile Northern Pacific Treefrog. Found under freeway overpass amongst many young western toads. Caught around midday with a temperture of 88 degrees fahrenheit.
Shelf Fungi on dead branch.
Juvenile Western Skink found burrowed in rocky soil. Missing second half of tail. Found at 8:00 p.m. Cloudy windy weather.
An unknown skink resident living in the Petaluma Wildlife Museum. Been in captivity for several years. He was wild caught, and never identified. Fully grown.
Crossing the fire road; sluggish and moving as if it had recently eaten.
Salamander found under a mat crawling in the dirt and mud. Brown, reddish, spotted. A few inches in length.
opposite leaves; mint like leave shape; stem is round, tomentose; complicated cluster of leaves and leaflets emerging from each node on the stem. leaves did not emit a notable scent when crushed.