The tree it was in is the starting of a granary tree.
There are a lot of these along the side of the road. I do not know if their are native or not. They are about 3/4" in dia.
There were a couple of these in the same area. This one looked to have last years old flowers still attached.
A lone poppy.
Found under a rock on the Rocky Road at Bouverie Preserve. It was about 1" long and would not move till I uncoiled it and placed it on a rock.
This is a large Manzanita bush that is right at the parking area of Bouverie. Is about 15' in dia. and 12' high. looks to be an old bush.
Found the guy under a log. It was about 1" in Dia.
Found two of these under a board. They were about 3/4" in dia.
Found under a long. Was about 1.5" long.
This plant was about 2' across, with nice blue flowers.
This was about 2-1/2" long millipede found under a rock on the rocky road trail at Bouverie.
At the bird feeder just outside of Gilman Hall.
We found two of these just under 1/2" long "larva" like or cocoons like creatures in the creek at access No. 1.
Creek access No. 1. Found with Junipers on creek day. This worm like larva was in the creek and we keep it in water till it was released back to the creek. It was about 1-1/4" long.
Creek access No. 1 on creek day with Junipers.
Creek access No. 1 with Junipers on creek Day. You can till the size by the spoon.
Found at creek access No. 1 with the kids from Junipers. You can till the size by the spoon.
Found at Creek access No. one. About 5" or 6" long.
This is the second tooth like object found at the same location, lunch spot at Josephine Rock. This was found by one of the Junipers.
This was about 6" across and growing at the base of a tree stump. It felt cold to the touch and something like calking.
Found at Creek access No. 1 on creek day with the Junipers. Not sure of the ID may be something else altogether.