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kate.tillotson

kate.tillotson

I am a PhD student at WSU in Washington. I study water resource management. Photography is very possibly my favorite hobby!

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kate.tillotson Red-tailed Hawk
Red-tailed Hawk commented on by kate.tillotson Pullman, Washington, USA2 years ago

Great spotting!

kate.tillotson Brownea
Brownea commented on by kate.tillotson Orellana, Ecuador2 years ago

Wow! Thanks!

kate.tillotson Unnamed spotting
Unnamed spotting commented on by kate.tillotson Parroquia Villa la Union, Provincia del Chimborazo, Ecuador2 years ago

@Craig: I looked at both of your links and around a little bit more. I am inclined to lean toward A. viriscens, but my experience is minimal. Thanks for the links!

kate.tillotson Brownea
Brownea commented on by kate.tillotson Orellana, Ecuador2 years ago

@Craig and Bayucca: I didn't actually see bats visiting the flowers, I thought I remembered our guide saying that they were bat-pollinated. I could be wrong, it's been a few years!
@Ashish: Unfortunately I don't have any pictures of the rest of the tree or branches.

kate.tillotson giant earthworm
giant earthworm commented on by kate.tillotson Parroquia Nono, Provincia de Pichincha, Ecuador2 years ago

I definitely wasn't a caecilian; caecilian skulls are highly fused and this definitely stretched when it moved. It also had bristles on its underside. I've posted another picture that might show its clitellum, though in the example that I found doesn't it isn't very visible either. I believe it is this: http://clitellata.lifedesks.org/pages/34...

kate.tillotson Moss
Moss commented on by kate.tillotson Connecticut, USA2 years ago

Fantastic shot!

kate.tillotson Unknown spotting
Unknown spotting commented on by kate.tillotson Antananarivo, Madagascar2 years ago

It is not a pet, I was part of a student group and we were on a boat tour of the intertidal area near where we were staying. This guy was in the reeds and our guide pulled him into the boat for us. That arm belongs to the girl who was sitting next to me.

kate.tillotson Red-tailed hawk
Red-tailed hawk commented on by kate.tillotson Pullman, Washington, USA2 years ago

Thanks! Yes, it's wild. There is a nesting pair near my apartment and one of them sits on my deck rail on occasion.