Seen landed on tree branch and then flew away.
An abundance of Western Skunk Cabbage is present in this park, especially along the Wolf Tree Nature Trail. Strong odor was present on this day. Plants were flowered.
I thought at first these were Indian Plum, but the leaves are the wrong shape, and the berries too dark.
Looks too thin to be Blue bunch Wheat grass, though similar looking structure with more thinned out and fragmented leaves.
leaves look similar to the leaves of cow parsnip.
Growing on the side of a tree trunk, close to the ground.
Veins in the leafs are lighter than the color of the leaf itself
Looks like it could be a European Holly?
Some sort of what looks like a cone bearing plant
Soft to the touch
found growing in the outer edge of a pond, in a moist and slightly muddy area
Seen in a tree
Identified through field guide
This fly looked like a house fly but it had a body that was red in color.
A bush of orange/brown stems and green fine-toothed, ovate leaves. However, there were no flowers or buds on this bush so identification was difficult.
Found on a currently unidentified tree. Moss sprigs were longer and thinner than Hylocomium splendens or "Step Moss".
Fuzzy black body with yellow face. Loud buzzing sound in flight.
The moss fern covered almost the whole surface of a fallen log. The moss was a light green and yellow color.