Seen in flight
Similar to Doug Fir, but pointier needles
a pair of kinglets spotted in trees
ID from yellow head, streaked chest
Notable by its distinct "shovel"-like bill shape
A male Mallard Duck swimming in lake Washington.
small bunch of lichen in the grass, possibly pulled off of something? It was only 1 inch across and was a light green color with tiny white splotches.
rounded 1-2 inch wide cap with a slight raised center and curved down edges. The cap was a vivid orange-yellow rust color. The stem was about 1-1.5 inches tall and was light yellow. The gills underneath were crowded and a dark brown color.
-light brown mushroom
-Found near trees and amongst small ground vegetation
-Its cap was not round but was flaky looking around the edges
-The stem was thicker and short, maybe 1.5 inches long
-Cap had a similar hump in the center and white-ish tan gills.
grew in arch-like clusters in grassy area. No more than 1 inch across. Stems about 2-3 inches long but were skinny and light brown. The rounded cap was smooth and had a raised hump in the center. The gills underneath were a white-ish tan.
Skinny fragile mushroom
small domed cap, smooth
found in grassy field
needles go all the way around branch in "bristle brush" form
needles are soft to touch
very straight trunk