This Lathyrus was seen in bloom growing close to the ground in a rocky area of the mixed oak woodland here.
I encountered this juvenile mouse in the exterior environment of a residential area, but just one meter from a relatively intact oak woodland. His right rear leg appeared injured, but he was able to engage in locomotion fairly well. So i assisted him in re-entering the woodland, where he would be safer. I hope he is recovering. I deemed his prospects better to survive in the native environment, rather than to stress him with captivity and transport to the nearest wildlife rescue, which would be closed at the late hour.
Many of these on the underside of big leaf maple leaves.
Growing in, over a nice stand of False Lupine.
These were clinging to a rock in the middle of the creek; underwater with a bit of current sweeping over them.