Seen in near edge of pond.
Seen in a large pond in Kent, Washington
I know it's hard to see, but they have black and white stripes along their backs and, obviously, golden eyes. All I had was my iPhone camera.
A solitary blue heron, gliding to a landing in a drainage ditch. It was nce to see a bit of nature as I was walking to the bus in the late afternoon gloom.
Got help from a birder to get the ID on this falcon. It was calling quite loudly from the top of a nearby building.
A flock of more than 30 Buffleheads in this pond
Called it the Sonics Beatle, haven't seen one like it before.
It's about 2.5 inches in length and is dark in color. It looks like a shield and attaches to rocks.
They ranged from colors of orange, red, and purple, never pink and had five arms, their arms are short in length.
This bird is completely black in color and has a distinctive cawing call.
Apologize for the distance, hard to get close to a bird with an Iphone.
The smell is like that of a skunk, with a pretty yellow colored flower, this plant has massive sized leaves.
Very broad green leaflets that alternate.
Usually black or grey in color with spots to camouflage with pebbled beaches.
This bird is seen almost anywhere by the water. It has a white head, body and gray wings, with a yellow beak with a small red dot near the tip, with pink legs and feet.
The leaves on this plant is serrated and fuzzy looking.
Tightly closed shell and white in color. These barnacles are very abundant on rocky beaches.
About 1.5 inches in length and a dark blueish purple color. Found on beaches attached to rocks.
Has invaded large areas. Does not grow well in areas that are well shaded. Green leaves that are in groups of 3 or 5.
Pale blue flowers that droop downwards. Each flower has 6 petals that are fused together to form a bell shape.