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Such a lovely series Tiz! Wonderful. Under Habitat, as per our guidelines could you actually describe the habitat where the spotting was made? Generic information about habitat can go into Notes or be found in the reference you provide. Thanks.
Thanks for your reply Jorge! Please indicate this on your spotting under Habitat. This is important information for Project Noah and for our users who may try to identify this species. This also applies to any plant you photograph which is from a garden and not wild.
Hi maryann! This should also be assigned to the Signs of Wildlife mission. It is very limit in this case as the holes are used by the birds and but were most likely not created by them. It would be better if you could provide us with a shot of the holes being used by the birds, or a closer shot where some nesting material might be seen. Thanks!
Hi maryann! There is a mission on Project Noah for this type of spotting, where the organisms itself isn't seen but has left traces such as holes, footsteps, etc...: Signs of Wildlife. Please join the mission. You can then edit the spotting and assign it to the mission. You should also change the category to Arthropods, the category insects belong to. Thanks!
Hi RicardoSagrero, and welcome to Project Noah. The emphasis on Project Noah is on wildlife only, and to fit with our guidelines we need to ask you to crop this picture so that only the ducks are seen. You can find out more about Project Noah and rules on the site on our FAQ page. Welcome again!