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In mixed deciduous
Mixed coniferous and
The provincial flower of Ontario, Canada
, deciduous/coniferous forest mix.
Edible, but unpalatable.
Edible mushroom, found in both coniferous ...
Dark brown and green leaves flower has not yet bloomed.
Short shrubby "Tree"
Red headed black band red necked type of woodpecker
Possibly a black cottonwood. Located near a
Possibly a black cottonwood?
Possibly desert parsnip? Spotted near
Upright blue/purple flower. 5 petals per flower.
Wooded shrub with white flowers. Approx. 3' tall.
Found it on a road near a deciduous and ...
Member of family Corvidae.
Unknown beatle near decomposing stump of tree with much woodpecker activity.
A moth with a VERY interesting name.
Some type of fern.
About 6" tall
Upstate NY, in
A small moth I don't find drab at all!
A lovely moth with soft markings.
Spotted at Carley State Park
Spotted at Carley State Park.
Spotted at Tamarac National Wildlife Refuge Wilderness Area.
Spotted at Tamarac National Wildlife Refuge in Wilderness Area.
A lovely sparrow characterized by a distinctive white "bib."
A lovely female foraging on a small Black Locust Tree (Robinia pseudoacacia).
Taken with a trail camera in a
Spotted on hiking with my friends
Lives in my backyard. Eat rom the bird feeder constantly
A lovely mid-spring bloomer.
On the Street curb
Found somewhere near Sault Ste. Marie, MI
Lifer! Attracted to a 20-watt UV blacklight in a mixed
Very small red insect found on a bag strap.