Some Clovers growing next to the MOLES building at the University of Washington.
At the heron rookery
Found one cluster in a field next to seed increase beds at UBNA. Plant flowering in all stages, some dead flowers, some on bloom, some blooming and some buds. Flowers were white, those blooming had pink tips. About 4 in tall.
Growing in a field between the library and the woods. 4-5in tall. Scattered.
In a field on northeast side of UBNA. Few compared to red clover (~1:3 ratio)
Common name: round-leaf alumrooot. Saxifragaceae family. Found next to the Allen Library at the University if Washington.
This butterfly was flitting all about my path. It would alight on one spot for a moment, then it would flit over to a new area. It was sunny when I saw it. It was great. The blue on the edges of the wings are not as prominent as some of the pictures I've seen, but I can still see them.
They were all over the park. Most of them were 1.5-2 inches.
Bombus on Camassia quamash (camas lilly)
Please help identify this bird. It was on the roof of my house.
This bird had its beak over my chimney so that it's call was amplified down through to my fire place (next to my computer desk), and that caught my attention.
After a bit of research, I think it may be a "Northern Flicker".
Getting to hold a little birdie is the best feeling.