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San Juan Islands in Washington
Small tree producing pink flowers
a group of ducks
Some kind of crab.
Introduced into United State
Found these during low tide at Larrabee
Rest stop in WA State
WA State tree
In the parking lot at a national park in the Wenatchee Forest in
Beautiful Pine Trees at the Twanho State ...
Blue or white bell-shaped flowers.
Tide pool crustacean near Olympic National Park. Isopod?
Green jagged leaves with green cherries. Waiting to identify species / cherry ...
found in our yard
Green bottle fly. 10 mm long.
Metallic golden flying insect. 1 cm long.
Leafhopper. 1 cm long.
Midge.12 mm long.
Fungus that looks like tiny cups. On a fallen branch.
Long and slender black insect. 1 cm long.
Mesh weaver. Brown/yellow spider. 1 cm diameter.
Oak snag at Ridgefield National Wildlife Refuge, southwest
Fox like but very big and fluffy.
Seen at Ridgefield National Wildlife Refuge, southwest
20 inch dia tree.
Can grow to 72 meters tall.
Ferns and Mosses on Evergreen
Starfish cluster at Chuckanut Bay, Larrabee
Found in the Evergreen State College forest
Fungi found on fallen tree at St Edwards
Found at Dash Point State Park.
Found in woods at Dash point State Park.