One of many stray cats live in our neighborhood. There are often small cats born here then leave when they grow up.
Brown grey color hair with white tail. Very alert and moves super fast.
Dried fruit. Small hairs all over the vines.
White thing on Opuntia ficus-indica. On some other part of the plant there are large holes likely caused by it.
All grey except belly which appears white. Very fluffy and seems bigger than California Ground Squirrel
Found in the water under a rock.
Small, rounder symmetrical leaves. Some plants appears purple.
Clusters of moss.
Bigger species than Opuntia littoralis. Over 5 feet.
Woodpecker on a pine tree.
Dried leaves curl up.
Besides the parking area. This specific plant is very small.
Bright orange-red flowers.
Crescenta Valley Park
Crescenta Valley Park; blurry but identifiable photograph
At Hansen Dam; with presumed Botta's Pocket Gopher as prey
Veterans Park, Sylmar
At Veterans Park, Sylmar; female on left, male on right
Male at top left, female at bottom center, with Lesser Goldfinches
Ongoing project monitoring the biodiversity of the greater Pasadena area including Eaton Canyon, Hahamongna Watershed Park, the Arroyo Seco, Ernest Debs Park and the adjacent watershed areas.