Found this guy under a rock. Got hold of him before he could get away. Bill and I were out with new Junipers. When we let him go, he dug a hole within seconds.
Just east of the gate to Bouverie.
Feeding at the feeder near the new lab shed.
This is in the Redwood tree just as you enter the redwood circle.
This is a first time siting for me. There were two of these larva emerging from a tree trunk we use for a set at Indian Flat. It an Oak so the wood is hard. There some type of larva that was feeding inside the trunk and are emerging to pupate. They were sticking about a 1/2" at most.
Right next to Gilman Hall.
Found on SSU trail by pond.
On the rock wall at the waterfall.
At the waterfall.
Large fern, 3 to 4 feet long.
This guy was feeding on a small Madron and looks like underwing moth.
Just as you enter the evergreen forest.
On a rocky bank at the waterfall.
John Lynch called them something like wart milk, but I can not find it in my field guide.
There is a pair nesting at the waterfall on the Bouverie Preserve.