About 1" long on low hanging oak branch.
about 1-1/2" long feeding on willow below creek access no. 1. They look very much like bird droppings and are found on the end of the leaf.
There were a few of these caterpillars feeding on pipevine at creek access no. 3. They were about 2" long, black with spikes on them.
Found this 2 & 1/2" guy under a rock. Note the light color legs when compared to the body.
1" dia. red flower on canyon trail. Just a single flower.
Found this guy near the Indian village. It moves very fast and was always moving. It was about 3/4" of an inch long.
This bat was found at Gilman Hall by John M. and Jeanne. John moved it from the front door to outside the hall on a window so the kids could see it but not touch it.
Found this Pacific Giant Salamander near access 4. This was on a Juniper hiking day.
There were 5 Ringneck snakes in a ball. They were just below the grandmother tree on the way to the redwood circle under a log. They varied in size.
Found small gopher snake at the very start of the Rocky Road trail.
Found small rattlesnake under rock just north of deer bones.
on Quercus agrifolia
Drought year. Last rain 10-31
fuzzy oak gall along with other types of galls on an oak tree.
Photo by John Kelly Martin
Cormorants have such lovely eyes.