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MSJ Wildlife in Baltimore

MSJ Wildlife in Baltimore

Any wild species you see on or around campus, please take its picture and try to identify it. If you spot it off campus, like at your home, add that too. Just make not of it. I have field guides if you need help with identification. If you can't identify it, please still add it and label it as "unidentified". You can then take some time to figure out the identification and go back to ID it. Sign in to join mission

MSJ Wildlife in Baltimore
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allisonwhite

Website 66 participants 767 spottings

The wildlife seen on the campus of Mount Saint Joe in the Irvington community in Baltimore is more diverse than you might imagine. We are a small ecological island in the middle of a large urban city. Wildlife see our green fields and old growth trees as a great nesting, stop-over or full-time home. Over the years, people on campus have seen shore birds, birds of prey, various rare songbirds, salamanders, fish (in our stream of course!), and even white tail deer. This site will be used to document the wildlife seen on and around campus.

MSJ Wildlife in Baltimore

Lat: 39.28 Long: -76.69

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