Flock of terns diving for food.
One of a pair foraging together.
found by Martinez Jr high student. Shell only along creek.
Quite possibly the most beautiful snake I've ever seen. Stunning blue/green ventral view with red spotting. Amazing red almost solid sides.
These tall Redwoods are collecting the moisture from the coastal fog
Adina Merelender and Brock Dolman found the frog near the Bodega marine Lab pond
Recently died and floating on pond.
I was with Brock dolman and we saw the diagnostic flap yellowish on the side. He has better photo
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Green fly rolling in pollen from a pink flower.
I was hiking on the California coast, and these really shiny blue berries were in the coastal forest I was hiking in.
A small group of Harbor Seals that had been resting on the rocks in the late evening. A few others were still bobbing in the surf near shore, though they were more difficult to photograph without a motion blur.
The first, second, and third of five Urechis caupo that had been discovered in a small stretch of the muddy shore to the bay's main channel. They were extracted from their dens via a clam gun at low tide during mid-day.
A Ghost Shrimp that had been extracted with a clam gun, further out in the mud flats during low tide at mid-day. This was also a female with eggs on her pleopods.
One of the many Macoma nasuta that had been extracted via a 'clam gun' from the mudflats during low tide near mid-day.
One of the several California Quails that roamed around the dorms of the UC Davis Marine Lab. They were most active and calling during the early morning hours.