Small green insect. Less than 1cm long.
Bundles of 5 needles, long and hanging down, often seen in Puget Lowlands.
Lighter gray back, no black barring on tail
Maybe holly? Like Oregon grape but in tree form
On ground beneath Douglas fir in a mat
Segmented body- long vein down center
Out in street- hanging out with one other
Seen in flocks overhead
Brown streaks- song heard, hiding in bushes and flitting around
Western gull, glaucous-winged and hybrids
Seen many times in dense understory
Underneath a rock in soft soil