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DavidMroczkowski Hermit Thrush
Hermit Thrush commented on by DavidMroczkowski Chicago, Illinois, USAa week ago

Thanks, jamiegoodspeed. This bird wasn't behaving like a hermit thrush which threw me off.

DavidMroczkowski White-crowned Sparrow (Immature)
White-crowned Sparrow (Immature) commented on by DavidMroczkowski Chicago, Illinois, USA3 weeks ago

Thanks, AshleyT.

DavidMroczkowski Wild Carrot
Wild Carrot commented on by DavidMroczkowski Mississippi, USA3 weeks ago

I believe you can tell them apart by the stem. Queen Anne's Lace has a hairy stem and smells like a carrot. Poison Hemlock (which I think is what is in the image) does not have a hairy stem and does not smell like carrot.

DavidMroczkowski Prairie Blazing Star
Prairie Blazing Star commented on by DavidMroczkowski Wisconsin, USAa month ago

StirredMocha, you're the best! Thanks.

DavidMroczkowski Great Blue Lobelia
Great Blue Lobelia commented on by DavidMroczkowski Chicago, Illinois, USAa month ago

Thanks, LuckyLogan.

DavidMroczkowski Black-bellied Plover
Black-bellied Plover commented on by DavidMroczkowski Chicago, Illinois, USAa month ago

Thank you, Kibuyu. I'm still learning the fall plumage and female plumage for some birds. Thanks.

DavidMroczkowski New England Aster
New England Aster commented on by DavidMroczkowski Wisconsin, USAa month ago

Thanks, StirredMocha.

DavidMroczkowski Yellow chestnut oak
Yellow chestnut oak commented on by DavidMroczkowski Chicago, Illinois, USAa month ago

Thank you, dferris1.

DavidMroczkowski Great Egret
Great Egret commented on by DavidMroczkowski Hammond, Indiana, USAa month ago

how do I do that?

DavidMroczkowski Great Egret
Great Egret commented on by DavidMroczkowski Hammond, Indiana, USAa month ago

It was in a small creek just south of and exit ramp off of I-94 in Highland, Indiana. The creek flows into a larger retention pond. There were many, many frogs hopping into the brush as I walked closer to take the pix.