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@ Elsa! Thank you for your ID suggestion! :)
@ Carolina ! for so I know all these tricks, but sometimes I do not have time to make it all at the same time. Especially when I uploading several photos at the same time. When I'm busy, I try to divide it into several stages. One day uploading, another day response to comments etc. but only when I have a lot of pictures. After all, thank you for your comment and suggestions. I also saw your gallery with wonderful spottings and some of them are really interesting. :) Greetings from Quebec.
Hi Urek! Thank you so much for sharing all your wonderful spottings! Did you know when someone provides you with an identification, it's nice to update your photo with the new information?I've seen some of your spottings haven't been updated yet, remember you can do this by clicking the "edit this spotting" button, and then edit all the fields: common name, scientific name, some info about the species, like range, or if you saw it in the zoo, etc. Elsa gave you the wikipedia link, so you can copy and paste that into the "Reference URL" field too.And after you have done all this don't forget to press "save"! Let us know if you need help with this :)
Lat: 45.74, Long: -71.62
Spotted on Aug 21, 2011 Submitted on Aug 21, 2011