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2 4 Crane fly

Crane fly

by ParagHouston, Texas, USA

Spotted this dragonfly in Houston,

0 0 Spotting

Spotting

by ElijahAllen-RossKelleyHouston, Texas, USA

Houston

4 3 Blue anole

Blue anole

by mark.rodney.gardnerHouston, Texas, USA

Houston

1 0 Spotting

Spotting

by StacyH

Damselfly, not sure which species.

1 0 Peacock

Peacock

by ckclvnTexas, USA

Neighborhood in Houston,

0 0 Mushroom

Mushroom

by SpaceritualTexas, USA

Found in north houston,

0 0 Guinea fowl

Guinea fowl

by ckclvnHouston, Texas, USA

Near Conroe, TX

0 0 Eastern Cottontail

Eastern Cottontail

by ckclvnHouston, Texas, USA

Outside of Kingwood library, Kingwood, TX

2 1 Red Headed Brown Anole

Red Headed Brown Anole

by jhlTexas, USA

Urban Houston,

0 0 Spotting

Spotting

by perkmichaelHouston, Texas, USA

yellow under spores and stem. spores bruise blue

0 1 Spotting

Spotting

by cuellarmd

Hatched june1 Today june 10 they have feathers

0 0 Iris family

Iris family

by jtmintzerHouston, Texas, USA

Houston.

1 0 Coxcomb

Coxcomb

by lazycrow007Missouri City, Texas, USA

Second picture shows fasciation typical from many generational crosses.

0 0 Cows

Cows

by ckclvnHouston, Texas, USA

Braham?

0 0 Spotting

Spotting

by LANHouston, Texas, USA

next to 6520 Almeda, Houston,

1 0 Fox Squirrel

Fox Squirrel

by MeredithNudoHouston, Texas, USA

Found in someone's front yard on Kipling Street in

5 3 Fox Squirrel

Fox Squirrel

by DiegoAlfonsoRosaHouston, Texas, USA

Rodentia, Family Sciuridae, Very common in North America.

1 1 Yellow-crowned Night Heron

Yellow-crowned Night Heron

by DiegoAndinoTexas, USA

A night heron. Beautiful bird!

1 3 Spotting

Spotting

by Marisa QuezadaHouston, Texas, USA

Spider I found in my Tabasco plant

10 2 Cooper's Hawk

Cooper's Hawk

by DiegoAndinoHouston, Texas, USA

This bird was eating this starling in the afternoon.

7 11 Iguana Orange (Green)

Iguana Orange (Green)

by KatCuffHouston, Texas, USA

Even though this iguana is clearly orange, he is still called a green iguana.

0 0 Spotting

Spotting

by ReneealiciaHouston, Texas, USA

Moth camoflauge in color and pattern. shaped like an arrow head

1 0 Western Honey Bee

Western Honey Bee

by MeredithNudoHouston, Texas, USA

Nothing really special about this one. It's just a regular ol' western honey ...

0 0 Fox Squirrel

Fox Squirrel

by MeredithNudoHouston, Texas, USA

Another fox squirrel. This one was pretty curious - walked right up to me and ...

0 6 Nutria (Copyu)

Nutria (Copyu)

by MeredithNudoHouston, Texas, USA

I'm told they're good eatin'.

2 0 Yellownecked Caterpillar

Yellownecked Caterpillar

by MeredithNudoHouston, Texas, USA

Not 100% certain of this identification, but it's the closest I can get, I ...

1 7 Muscovy Duck

Muscovy Duck

by MeredithNudoHouston, Texas, USA

Supposedly more common along the Rio Grande, but I see these everywhere in ...

0 0 Paper Wasp

Paper Wasp

by MeredithNudoHouston, Texas, USA

This one has thrown me for the better part of the week since wasps aren't ...

0 0 American Coot

American Coot

by MeredithNudoHouston, Texas, USA

Unfortunately, I couldn't get in close enough for a more detailed photo. ...

0 0 Paper Wasp

Paper Wasp

by MeredithNudoHouston, Texas, USA

Pretty sure this is a paper wasp. Suggestions welcome, though. I'm wondering if ...

1 0 Pekin Duck (Long Island Duck)

Pekin Duck (Long Island Duck)

by MeredithNudoHouston, Texas, USA

Either that or a hybrid crested duck-something else where the crest just didn't ...

5 28 Nutria (Copyu)

Nutria (Copyu)

by MeredithNudoHouston, Texas, USA

Biggest nutria I've ever seen - had to be around a foot and a half to two feet ...

1 0 bottlenose dolphin

bottlenose dolphin

by CarolynMaxwellRigdonHouston, Texas, USA

along our neighborhood of Idylwood,

0 0 Pandora sphinx moth

Pandora sphinx moth

by ianmkoPasadena, Texas, USA

About 2-3 inches long, green and black with some spots.

3 1 Northern Cardinal

Northern Cardinal

by DiegoAndinoTexas, USA

A female cardinal standing still while the male flies behind her.

0 0 Spotting

Spotting

by lan.shenHouston, Texas, USA

snow on the prairie -Euphoria bicolor? At Marysee Prairie. Near Batson,

1 0 black vulture

black vulture

by ElizabethAlfordFarrellTexas, USA

A black vulture feeding on a newly-dead squirrel in suburban

5 3 Cattle Egrets

Cattle Egrets

by gatorfellowsHouston, Texas, USA

A medium-sized all-white heron with a sturdy yellow bill, dark legs and feet. ...

3 2 Tersa Sphinx Moth

Tersa Sphinx Moth

by MeredithNudoTexas, USA

I'm kinda crunched for time right now, but check the references I included! ...

0 0 Swan Goose

Swan Goose

by MeredithNudoHouston, Texas, USA

Only the birds with the black beaks. I'm not sure the one with the orange beak ...

17 7 Oblong-Winged PINK Katydid

Oblong-Winged PINK Katydid

by KatCuffHouston, Texas, USA

Science in Houston,

0 0 Black-Bellied Whistling Duck

Black-Bellied Whistling Duck

by MeredithNudoHouston, Texas, USA

A GIANT flock of these live in Hermann Park, splitting their time between the ...

1 0 Mulard (Mule Duck)

Mulard (Mule Duck)

by MeredithNudoHouston, Texas, USA

Alternately, an Ancona duck, but those are so rare and relegated largely to ...

0 0 Spotting

Spotting

by AnnaDangoTexas, USA

White flower with five petals; several flowers per plant; leaves are narrow and ...

0 2 Spotting

Spotting

by AnnaDangoTexas, USA

Pink-purple, narrow petals with yellow dots on the tips; flower is about the ...

1 0 Spotted Gar

Spotted Gar

by TukupTexas, USA

The gar has a dark golden or dark yellow base with light yellow lines ...

9 5 barn swallow

barn swallow

by ElizabethAlfordFarrellTexas, USA

nest constructed on a residential brick arch in

0 0 Bluejay

Bluejay

by TukupGalena Park, Texas, USA

A medium sized bird (up to 12") that is bright blue on the back wings and top ...

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