This scat was found in a clearing of a Douglas fir woodland. It is light brown but has white on part of it. It is about 8 cm long but is slightly curved to be about 4 cm on each side.
This plant was found in a redwood forest in pepperwood. There were about 1-3 for every meter, that i could see. They remained close to the redwoods that are growing on the property.The plant itself looked like a fern to some extent. With a stalk growing with leaves out to the side. The leaves had a rough texture and a dark green with a blueish tint coloring to them.
Yellow-spotted Millipede (Harpaphe haydeniana), Bothe-Napa Valley State Park, Napa County, California - June 2010. Thanks to Dr. R. Shelley and Bug Guide for confirmation of the identification.
Found in redwood grove and surrounded in dried redwood leaves and debris. The leaves are 1 inch long and bumpy with see through bubbles. The shape of the leaf is oval. The stem is green with small thorns. It smells remotely similar to an evergreen tree (douglas fir). About 5 similar plants in a 5x5 meter area.
I like to defer to the birders for specie identifications. I have been humbled many times. My guess is black crowned night heron
Found under a wooden board. Posted to Bug Guide here: