This tree is just full of these 4 petals flowers. They look to be about 2-1/2" across.
This may be a non-native but it looks to be establish.
This Oak tree was full of Oak-balls.
This is a colorful bush with red and white flowers.
Red eyes and black body with white spots.
Apparently a rare plant but quite common on the preserve. Only flowering on the exposed roadside with lots of sun.
Along the West County trail between Graton and Ross Station Road.
Doe with bad back leg.
Feed with a group of Mallards.
Sitting on a volunteer squash growing out of our compost heap.
Antennae as a unit rotate back and forth 90 degrees.
A fisherman just brought this this in. It was about 15" long.