My partner and I were at the base of "Cozyhang" on The Dome in Boulder Canyon. It was dark and I saw orange eyes glowing in the light of my headlamp in a nearby tree. At first I thought it was a cat, but then it turned and revealed its long ringed tail. We watched it for about 10 minutes then it scurried from the tree and in and out of the rocks shortly before disappearing in the dark. I left convinced we had seen a Lemur until doing some research on line. What an amazing creature to see!
Two ringtails, peaking in and out from behind the rocks on the backside of the 1st flatiron
A tiny cup like fungi found in our vegetable garden.
A five or six inch tall flower growing along the Greenbelt Plateau trail in south Boulder.
Boulder Creek floodplain
Cicadidae - Tibicen dealbatus
Boulder, Boulder County, Colorado, USA
August 27, 2014
3 to 3 1/2 inch long flying insect
An urban squirrel harvests sunflower seeds from my "Massive Russian" sunflowers planted in our garden. Just a general interest photo, these are cultivated sunflowers bought at a garden store, not native.
Growing alongside university pond
On Virginia Creeper growing on low stone wall near walkway
Near university pond
Along edge of university pond
Swimming in pond, all submerged except for head
Lots and lots of sunflowers. Big. Wild phenotypes.
Flower bed with many weedy species (tree of heaven, dock, etc)
Big branchy solo sunflower. Lots of construction and disturbance on arapahoe. Plant looks very healthy.
House garden. Mix of wild and domestic phenotypes.
Mix of domestic and wild phenotypes.
Same sunflower patch next to bear creek. On path between table Mesa and hwy 93. My bike ride route.
2 to 2 1/2 inches long. Brown in color.
My granddau called the bug a hornet tho. This sunflower planted as seedling from sunflower project, name of plant is pine 11.