a blue damelfly
Some nesting birds.
Found growing on bark of Red Alder tree. Felty in texture and grows in circular shapes.
Found growing on branches of an apple tree. Grows in small patches. Growing with two other types of lichen on the same branch.
Growing in between branches on an apple tree. Very loosely attached to the branch.
Growing on the branches and bark of an apple tree. Grows in patches.
Jumping along the marsh shore and feeding on small insects. Picking at the cattails for cotton and small twigs to build a nest somewhere among the cattails.
In nymph form, hiding within its own white, foamy spit.
a kind of fly with large red eyes
Some Clovers growing next to the MOLES building at the University of Washington.
At the heron rookery
Found one cluster in a field next to seed increase beds at UBNA. Plant flowering in all stages, some dead flowers, some on bloom, some blooming and some buds. Flowers were white, those blooming had pink tips. About 4 in tall.
Growing in a field between the library and the woods. 4-5in tall. Scattered.
In a field on northeast side of UBNA. Few compared to red clover (~1:3 ratio)
Common name: round-leaf alumrooot. Saxifragaceae family. Found next to the Allen Library at the University if Washington.
Getting to hold a little birdie is the best feeling.
my entomologist friend counted the spots and identified this as a 14 spotted ladybug, invasive, from asia.
Lots growing and blooming outside the UW Greenhouse by the Burke Gilman Trail
some kind of yellow flower seen outside the UW Greenhouse
saw lots of these outside of the UW greenhouse.
almost looks like castilleja but I don't think it is.
caught in a mist net. beautiful. he made a lot of alarm calls because he was upset.
goslings! the first I have seen this year.
The same cinnamon teal I saw on Tuesday.
I saw this goose fly down into the main pond of UBNA. I've never seen a snow goose before.
terrible terrible picture of a cinnamon teal, take my word for it though. I could see the pair (a male and a female) clearly and the male was very red.
caught in a mist net, I personally got to hold her and then set her free!
found under a board of wood in a grassy area
caught in a mist net