Or Oregon white?
There appears to be more than one type of Mud Dauber nest here. The old guide I am using says there are more than 350 species of Sphecidae in California.
This guy is just to drab to ID. He has no color and the marking are very hard to see.
These plants were about 3 Ft. high. They have tops that are used for decorations.
This plant was about 6' to 7' tall. It has a hollow stem. Usually found in wet places.
there were three of these on the ground. One of they looked to have a damage eye.
These were about 1/4" dia.
These were growing in the lake in about 2 Ft. of water. There were about 4 Ft. above the water line.
On log in lake, about 1' long.
Standing on log in lake.
This fish was cough by a guy fishing in lake. He allowed me to take the picture. Planted in lake.
Feeding on flowers.
Sitting on log in lake, note red marking on face.
about 1" long.