Breeding season in full swing. Our House Finch calling/looking for a mate or simply securing a high perch for other purposes. You decide.
Roosevelt Elk at Newton B. Drury Parkway. New spring brings with it a new season, a new generation, a change opportunity in the natural world and selection to the gene pool for one of the largest Coastal California Herds. Redwood National and State Parks.
First day of spring. The beautiful weeks of assorted Rhododendron colors now begin!
The coastal rain forest environment of Redwood National Park is well suited for growth of beautiful Trillium’s such as this one.
Breeding season is past but never the less, these two Bull Roosevelt Elk were dueling just seconds before this photograph. Our challenger on at the left has suffered a shattered horn just inches above the base of his antler. The circle of life and natural selection takes its course.