Cow Parsnip, Coneflower and Lupine at the gas station at Crane Flat and a close-up of a Coneflower and Cow Parsnip.
Pussypaws can be found in dry areas like Olmstead Point or the pink ones below from near the top of Mount Hoffman. When it first opens up it is light green, as in this first picture with some lupine, then it becomes pink:
Penstemon growing from a crack in a rock on the Mount Hoffman trail. The hike is at: May Lake to Mount Hoffman
Sulphur Flower and Penstemon on Mt Hoffman
Sulphur Flower on Mt Hoffman
Phlox and Sulphur Flower on Mt Hoffman
Columbine and Monkeyflower as well as Groundsel along the trail to Mount Hoffman in August
Lupine along the Tuolumne river at the World’s greatest swimming hole
Wild Iris elsewhere along the river:
Flowers along the road from Crane Flat to Tuolumne around the time of the summer solstice:
There are a few more wildflower pictures at: Tuolumne trip
See also photos of 38 Hetch Hetchy Wildflowers, blooming along the 2.5-mile trail to Wapama Falls in early June 2013.
common Yosemite wildflowers: http://www.nps.gov/yose/naturescience/common-wildflowers.htm
common Yosemite birds: http://www.nps.gov/yose/naturescience/birds-common.htm