Flora & Fauna
The native Californian garden at
Quail Hollow has a relatively informal, wildlife-friendly look, with many winding paths
and water features that attracts over 100 species of avian
visitors year round, including over a hundred daily quail
and such rarities as the Red-naped Sapsucker, Least Bell's Vireo and
California Gnatcatcher. Squirrels, jack rabbits, coyote
and even an occasional bobcat frequent the yard.
Here's a single page checklist of every bird that has been spotted on the Quail Hollow property. Several rarities have been reported including the Least's Bell Vireo, the Red-naped Sapsucker and even a Ring-necked Pheasant.
It's one thing to say you saw a rare bird and quite another to actually have proof. Here's every bird species photographed on the Quail Hollow property.
Here's a photo gallery that showcases some of the California native plants in the Quail Hollow Gardens.
Here's photos of every non-avian creature we've seen; from Spiders and Butterflies to Lizards, Skunks and Bobcats.