It was about 9 inches long.
The peafowl family is getting older. It looks like 1 female and 2 male chicks with the hen. First is hen on wall, and a male just below in the planter with squash. Maybe he is finding snails. Second photo is hen and female chick, third photo is both male chicks.
Seen by a South Sutter Water District employee and reported to the caretaker of the adjacent property. The Salmon surmounted the sill of this dam soon after the "flash boards" were removed by the South Sutter work crew.
On Tuscan Blue Rosemary
Guessing at what it is, found on window.
A second caterpillar found, approxiimately the same size as the first. This one is also on volunteer flat leaf parsley, approximately 25 feet south of the other one. Both get morning sun, but shade once the sun moves west.
Growing in dry region with some soil and lots of boulders along trail.
Same one as seen earlier this week, is growing.
Same one observed yesterday. In the past they have grown a bit, then disappeared. There are wasps, peafowl, scrub jays, lizards in the area, maybe one of them got the previous caterpillars.
On volunteer, first year flat leaf parsley. I saw an adult nearby recently but did not get a picture.