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Caroline Seip Sep 13
My first wolverine caught on ! 😭😭😭
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Jessica Haysom Sep 14
If you're going to be a forest chicken, this is how to really *be* a forest chicken Crested Fireback male, Sabah,
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Melissa Crytzer Fry Sep 15
I can confirm that our new roadrunner is also a spiral-staircase climber. Just visited me on the roof deck (but I didn't have my camera). He does it one step at a time! But here's another shot of this cutie on the .
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Ollie Wearn 8h
Out now: massive-scale study of pangolin records in data: Some headlines: - V low detection probabilities using current methods 🧐 - Min. 600 trap nights for detection 👍 - Insane # nights required for occupancy modelling at any given site 😓
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James Moore Sep 15
Camera trap image of a 🏴󠁧󠁢󠁳󠁣󠁴󠁿
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TexasBirder 4h
Have southward bound migrants stopping by our backyard bath most days now. 3 Baltimore Orioles joined the Northern Cardinal and House Finch regulars on this vid, although being a little lens shy.
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Meredith S. Palmer, Ph.D. 11h
Going through some old footage and can't get over these glorious zebra sunrises 😍🦓☀️
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TexasBirder 4h
Eastern Screech-Owl moving onto the bathing phase early this am.
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Peter Lauterbach Sep 15
willbl Time for a new profile picture... the most stunning eyes I've photographed!
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Stuart Edmunds Sep 15
Some footage of an and co-habiting the same section of river in south . Both species having been living in the same spot for over 3 years now so there must be a stable food supply for both.
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Pat Hodgens Sep 12
There are few recent records of the Endangered Southern brown bandicoot on ’s Dudley Peninsula. Our fingers are crossed that our survey lines established today may detect this species
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Melissa Crytzer Fry Sep 15
Two of our resident mule deer bucks at the . LOVE that they are in the exact position for comparison shots. 1) Brother 2) Little Buck with a moth taking a sip from his eye. Look at the size & and antler difference. July 25/26.
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Melissa Crytzer Fry Sep 11
There is no such thing as too many pictures, is there? No, no I don't think so. Bart at the June 17/18.
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Tony Lynam 12h
Important new research on from global data assembled from 103 surveys in 22 countries 2010-2016. Trapping effort required for prohibitively high
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Melissa Crytzer Fry Sep 10
Well, this is a first! I believe there are three types of rodentia at the ! Big guy is a desert wood rat; guy on rock is a young kangaroo rat; and the one on the right, some kind of pocket mouse (?)... What say ye, ?
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Melissa Crytzer Fry Sep 15
Some bushy-tailed friends from last night/this morning at the . Love the trash pandas!
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TexasBirder 3h
A Racoon on the stage doing a little Rockin' and Rollin' in the backyard bath.
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Stuart Edmunds 8h
It isn't very often that I get a robin hovering in front of a !
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Stuart Edmunds Sep 13
Nice clip of a having a scratch and foraging to end the week
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RER Sep 12
Meet the Crab-eating macaque, one of the we’ve spottedon our RER motion-activated cameras! Despite their name, these typically do not consume crabs as their main food but instead eat a variety of and .
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