General landscape near road
Juvenile Red Tail Hawk
A wide-ish shot to show plant community. Gray's is supposed to be parasitic on Asteraceae, and seems to appear here next to yarrow pretty often, though there are also a lot of Arnica around.
Most are dried up now.
This plant seems to like rocks and downed logs. Maybe more water? Habitat shown in second photo, between wetter fen, and streamside riparian area.
Rotting, stinking mushrooms in multiple clumps under the drip-line of a large White Fir.
They look like autodigesters.
Hint of red above eyes and on throat. Circled tree with neat rows of shallow holes. Is this a different bird than the one observed this morning?
Actively poking neat rows of holes in tree. Doesn't match photos of mature bird. Perhaps an immature?
Keyed with Brett Hall and Bill Harnach.
Growing on granitic rock
One photo from above, one photo with fungus turned over.
Observed two fawns walking with doe. Gotta love the spots!
4 inch alternate leaves wider at the tip.
Glossy sticky leaves triangular seed pods.
Lower leaves broader at tip, narrow at top.
Outer Phyllaries leaf like and sticky. Hairy stem.
Strong vanilla smell. Gentle Jeffrey come.
On white fur