Pea-like flowers with very thin pods the width of a pine needle (see in background).
They are nesting under Seal Beach Pier.
Perhaps a ring-billed gull? There were very few of these about.
Western gulls and Heerman's gulls are by far the most common gulls at the moment along Seal Beach.
A ragged two year old juvenile western gull, I think.
Otarie de Californie, San Diego 2010
Écureuil de Californie, San Diego 2010
Lucky capture of a Juvenile falcon as it was going after some peeps.
Some Black-bellied Plovers along with American or Pacific or just a male Black-bellied? Not sure, but the two in second pic tended to stay together and wandered away from the Black-bellied.
Squawking at me
Early morning shot of a coot being silly.
Immature Heron waiting for a fish to surface.
All puffed up.
This lichen was found on a fence. It is a bright neon green color that when touched comes off as small dust particles.
I just had to get creative with this spider plant and its babies so, I decorated it with feathers I find along my walks.
An obscure tiny plant that is difficult to photograph .
A neighbor gave me this skink to photograph and have Identified.
It is in a bag of glycerin.
Table Mountain Ecological Reserve