Medium sized Black Bear crossing Prosper Road ½ mile south of the Marsh-Billings-Rockefeller Prosper Road parking lot.
It did have some red on the wing that didn't show up in the photo, but I'm away from home, so it could be something else.
Is this a type of Crow? The call didn't sound quite right.
No idea what kind of bird this is. It was obviously sick, and just outside the St. Louis Zoo.
We have a pond where I live, and therefor have lots of Canada Geese.
Working on a nesting cavity
Found on my neighbors flowerpot.
Temp. = 55F / 12.8C
pH = 6.67
Common house spider wrapping up a June beetle (Phyllophaga sp.) in my garage.
Picture 1 = Monarch Butterfly caterpillars on milkweed on the border of Los Cerritos Wetlands at the Heron Pointe Cultural Educational Center walk. Monarchs are frequently seen at Los Cerritos Wetlands, Heron Pointe and Gum Grove Park (all 3 areas are adjacent to each other). The Monarch Butterfly pic was taken a short distance away closer to Gum Grove Park on the property line of Los Cerritos Wetlands.
Rock Wren are not normally documented nesting this close to the coast in Oregon. One image of the three posted is of a recently fledged juvenile.
Bold Jumper (Phidippus audax)?
Iridescent green chelicerae are partially hidden by palps.
Picture shows a Gopher Snake which crawled thru the chain link fence from Los Cerritos Wetlands into Gum Grove Park, after a brief photo shoot it retreated back into Los Cerritos Wetlands