California Buckeye tree in the park. The bark, leaves and fruits of the tree are poisonous to eat. However, its flowers provide nectar to butterflies.
California Juniper tree in the park. Although native to other parts of California, this one was brought in by early settlers.
Canyon Live Oak tree in the park. A variety of fauna forage on the tree's acorns and foliage.
Sticky monkey flowers in the park. The yellowish flowers are pollinated by hummingbirds and bees.
White alder tree overlooking creek in the park. Thick vines of poison oak have grown around the base of the tree.