Is this a blueberry, and is it edible?
A robin on the beach.
A GBH fishing for a snack for fledglings in the colony.
I thought this was a box turtle, but I don't think after further observation. I also don't think it's native to Washington. Any feedback would be helpful since he/she wandered into my yard and I'm trying to find out whether he/she should be released into local wetland habitat.
Fragrant white flowers.
Gray above with many white-tipped hairs;white below.
Tail very bushy; black, mixed with gray and white hair.
Has opposite, pinnately compound with 5 to 7 leaflets. The leaflets are Lanceolate in shape and are toothed.
Round head with pink to red flower.
Needles 4 inches, blunt, blue-green with white-striped inner surfaces.
Leaves 5'', elliptical, aromatic
Bark purplish, smooth.
Flower 1/2'', greenish white, funnel-shaped, in hanging clusters.
Compound leaves with 3-5 ovated, fine-toothed, 3'' leaflets.
Flower 1'', fuchsia to red
I first noticed this bird by the weird song with few high notes then a chains of quick notes.
Bewick’s Wrens are subdued brown-and-gray wrens with a long, brow-like white stripe over the eye