Coho migration corridor. Brackish
Plantigrade raccoon track showing heel pad
Found in the redwood duff. It was about 18 inches overall in length. the vine itself was bare, only having leaves on it.
poison oak is EVERYWHERE, it is probably the prettiest plant ever. This particular poison oak I found in the strebel homestead and it was right in the middle of the ruins of an old house.
found in the duff of the redwood forest. It was roughly about 4 inches in length with a gray blue color.
Likely a Red-tailed Hawk, but I didn't get a good look. Thought I'd post anyway.
Found on a fallen, decayed redwood branch that was in the uppermost area of the duff. Tendril-like.
It was yellowish and moving across the path at Grouse Hill.
Three birds total with what appeared to be two juveniles and one adult along the utility corridor.
Found in the duff in a redwood forest. it was clustered together in small patches throughout the area.
Found on fallen, decayed redwood branch with all of the bark gone. The branch was in the uppermost area of the duff layer.
this beetle burro was found inside a redwood tree branch. I believe it was from atleast a year ago because it looks like it was there for awhile.
Millipede found on the trail leading to Grouse Hill on the Pepperwood Preserve. Approx 4 inches long
This banana slug was found on the trail while we were hiking. It was about 5 inches long, then appeared to get smaller. This slug was a pale yellowish color. Three of the same slug were found near each other.
Coll: Alle, Elizabeth, Emerson, Sebastian, Molly, Evan, Rhett,
Mom plus babies
Observers: Alle, Elizabeth, Molly, Emerson, Sebastian, Rhett, Evan
4 fronds, all fertile. Average rachis length= 20 cm. Average sori length= 10 cm.
Found in the redwood forest and mistaken for a redwood at fist. It was about 8 feet tall and had a very small diameter for a trunk