Cherry or magnolia of some sorty?
One of my favorite birds.
Growing in the "fern room" between rocks and concrete.
The bloom is about 3" in diameter. What's that little bug on the lower left side of the rose? Looks like a tiny cricket.
Dwarf Alpine Lupine, observed along the trail at Sunrise.
Help what tree is this?
Quintessential flower of subalpine meadows, at Mount Rainier.
Plot C2 herp #4 (outside of the 10x90m survey area)
SI NMNH Department of Entomology spider group confirmed via ID in Spiders of North America (Ubick et al., eds.). Drawing was a good match with image for the genus Castianeira and Reiskind’s 1969 article on North and Central American Castianeirinae. Spider believed to be a Castianeira longipalpa (Hentz, 1847), in Family Corinnidae. The coloration of the legs matches, and the folium (pattern on the spider’s abdomen) does also. (DDeR)