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Matt 5h
This is Fred. He lives in our back garden. Ribbit.
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Kathy Mendes 20h
Wildlife of the day. Found on a rose in the back yard.
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Angela Christensen 18h
Evening visitor No chance to grab a real camera; this amazing raptor just dropped in for a drink before beginning the evening hunt. Thank…
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Tracy Sep 19
We had a rogue raccoon wander through last night. Wasn't the mama and wasn't one of the babies. Lone, large - probably a male. He's not welcome here! I'm protective of my friends.
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MiMi Paris Sep 15
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Vanessa Black 🎗🇨🇦🎗 Sep 17
Had a few feathery guests this evening, our neighbourhood and friends on a beautiful evening here in
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Ohio Div of Wildlife Sep 20
: Build a Roost Box, When it gets colder, our backyard birds will be seeking protected places to roost or sleep. See how roost boxes are actually different from regular nest boxes:
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Gabe Palacio Sep 19
Praying Mantis photographed on my screen door in Katonah NY . . .
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Linda Flatley Sep 14
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Tracey Edwards Sep 21
Clathrus rubber sp. (mushroom) . Bio is precious, having among other things: intrinsic, ecological values; not just economic, or medicinal.
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The Malibu Post 17h
We had an unexpected garden visitor at the birdbath, but St. Francis welcomes all creatures to the garden.
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Christopher Paparo Sep 17
Playing with a time-lapse camera and a monarch butterfly emerging from a chrysalis. . . .
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Anita Durst Sep 17
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MiMi Paris Sep 19
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Desiree L. Narango, PhD Sep 20
Replying to @DLNarango
For new followers, I study conservation solutions that work for people & wildlife in human-dominated areas. I also study plant-animal interactions to identify tree, shrubs and flowers that create high quality songbird and pollinator habitat.
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Jennifer Roberts Sep 17
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Wandering For Life Sep 14
The best thing about last week was the free pressure wash we received on the north and east side of house. Windows already covered with fresh little tree footprints again.
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Grace Cho Sep 16
A blue bird (vs. an actual bluebird). ? Hello. Goodbye. Fleeting as always.
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Vanessa Black 🎗🇨🇦🎗 Sep 17
Had a return visitor up here in the My feathery friend the and he brought a few of his friends. 🍁🦅🍁
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Jennifer Roberts Sep 16
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