tree lichen. Ramalina?
Leaf lichen. Hypogymnia? or possibly Physcia adscendens?
Beating wings intensely.
Not sure whether Enallagma annexum or E. boreale
I think the same species as attached male-female seen in same area (possible even same individuals), but could be wrong.
I was talking to the chickadees, and they (and other small birds) were chattering back to me, and while I was quietly putting iNat information into my smartphone, this little guy/girl showed up. Not sure if it was attracted to the bird commotion or not. I'm also not sure if it was more than one, simply because it was moving so fast. I would see it in one place in the bush and then another. This is the only photo I got, and you can make out the brown ears and then the white belly (it's standing, investigating me). Can anyone distinguish, from what's visible, whether this is an ermine or a least weasel?
Even the leaves are spiked!
Bear poo. Likely black.
Perching on ground is a behavior for A. sitchensis identified in Hudson and Armstrong field guide of Alaskan odonates.