I never get tired of looking at all the colors that gray bird grasshoppers can be. The adults are always the same dull brownish-gray, but the young ones have tremendous variation.
Usually, they are masters of camoflauge, but on these magenta-colored leaves, they just can't come close. This plant at the arboretum is always a good place to find them.
This guy has leg spots to match the markings on the leaves.
I especially like the dusty gray ones.
Here's a "basic green" one, illuminated from behind by the setting sun, just like the leaf.
There is even variation in the green ones. This one had darker green highlights.