Spotted this guy hanging out in the parking lot outside the Issaquah PetSmart. Pretty sure it's a juvenile/immature Cooper's Hawk, but I'm not an expert enough birder to know for sure! (Might also be a Sharp-Shinned Hawk? They look very similar...)
Any help with the ID from folks who know more would be super awesome! Thanks. :)
Growing off the side of a log. Viscous caps. Closely clustered.
Growing on downed log.
Fading pink coral growing on downed log.
Very small (1cm), round spiky mushroom. Growing on downed log.
Oregon Forest Snail (Allogona townsendiana) on moss, Tiger Mountain State Forest, Washington
Pacific Bleeding Heart (Dicentra formosa), Tiger Mountain State Forest, Washington
Pacific Bleeding Hearts (Dicentra formosa), Tiger Mountain State Forest, Washington
A male ensatina found under a log.
A melanistic northwestern gartersnake found sunning on fallen Douglas fir branches on the edge of an old orchard.
Found on a popular hiking trail on Tiger Mountain. Notice the rabbit tracks are framed by the tracks of one of its main predators, the coyote.
mycelium on dead cedar stump with fully grown nurse tree.
Found just off the trail under a flat piece of woody debris.
Cap: 4-4.5 cm width, convex to plane, yellow, bruises dark brown, dull, dry, firm, faint striation
Gills: Adnate, broad, subdistant to close, entire margin, and yellow, soft
Stipe: 2-7 cm long, yellow, longitudinal fibril striation, equal in width throughout, flexuous, firm
Veil: None present
Sprote print: Orange-brown
Cap: 4.5cm x 2cm, dryly, comes off easily, campanulate to umbonate, dry, smooth, lightbrown, margin even to wavy
Gills: Adnate, mildly distante, pale tan color, and browns when dried
Stipe: 7.5 cm and 8 cm long, 1 mm thick, equality, smooth, stiff, and white
Veil: None present
I found this guy growing out of a tree. There was only one other specimen of its kind around.