Opuntia is flowering along the railroad tracks just a bit west of the East Falls train station.
What looks to be Anthoxanthum aristatum (its awns are bent and it is unscented) but might also be A. odoratum (it isn’t low and decumbent and branching) is just past flowering just off of Port Royal Avenue, in Roxborough.
A Carex that looks like annectens is growing in the grassy patch between the sidewalk and the street along Salaignac, just a bit uphill from Manayunk Avenue (and towards the middle of the block – west side).
A White-tailed Deer (Odocoileus virginianus) was standing next to the back fence of the Woodlands today – it didn’t run, even with getting within about ten yards from it.
Elymus repens is flowering along Woodland Avenue, just a bit east of the 40th Street trolley stop. Its clasping auricles are clearly visible at the most distal leaves’ bases, but not for the lower, older ones.
An elm seedling is growing out of the base of the streetlight at the southeast corner of 19th and Chestnut.
A Snapping Turtle was in the Manayunk Canal, this afternoon, just downstream from Carson Street. Amorpha fruticosa was flowering there as well.