Large, lobed, extremely soft leaves ("nature's toilet paper"). White flowers.
Flat needles with white bands on undersides. Upright cones. Round, clustered terminal buds. Greyish bark.
Deciduous shrub. Small green leaves with 3-7 lobes. White flowers with yellow stamen. Thorns.
Low growing. Purple and green whorled, simple, heart-shaped, serrated leaves. Leaves fold downward toward square (edged) stem. Small light purple flowers. Grows in bunches.
Bottlebrush needles. Cones with toothed "mousetails". Furrowed, fire-resistant bark. Evergreen.
Moss and lichens on decaying log in St. Edwards Park, Kenmore Washington
A very common flower with yellow flowers.
A large bird with greyish blue feathers, an elongated beak, and a 6 foot wingspan.
A plant with small white flowers, similar to forget-me-nots.
A young tree with fresh green growth at the branch tips.
A species of grass with thick leaves similar to irises.
A very common plant that thrives in wet areas. I believe it is common horsetail rather than of the giant variety.
While I'm pretty sure this is a willow tree, I don't know the specific species.
A relatively common species of fungi that often grow near the bottom of trees.
A weed-like plant that seems to thrive in wet areas.
A very common lichen that grows on Red Alder trees.
A yellow flower with almost oval-like petals. No prominent pistil.
A orange red flower with thin, soft, fluffy petals. Five red anthers.
I don't know what this species is! Can anyone help?
slime mold, Maple stump, 3rd day after blooming
Is this a ring-necked pheasant? I think it is a female but I can't be completely sure. It's living at our farm :)
Dark brown squirrel. Has fluffy, long tail; small feet, able to keep balance; very likely to have lighter color skin on tummy. Ears are very small
Flower with pink, round, flapping petals and white body. There is a deep hole at the center. Some kind of flabby white-greenish leaves cover the bottom of the flower.