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0 3 Indian Peafowl

Indian Peafowl

by G.E.M. HOMESCHOOLNYC, New York, USA

Peacock at the Staten

0 0 Moss

Moss

by YasserNew York City, New York, USA

Moss

0 1 Turkey

Turkey

by Jenna4NYC, New York, USA

Staten

0 0 violet and cinquefoil

violet and cinquefoil

by CarolineCutroneoNew York City, New York, USA

Natural wet woodland. High Rock Park,

1 3 Mandarin Duck

Mandarin Duck

by G.E.M. AcademyNYC, New York, USA

at the Staten

0 1 Double-crested Cormorant

Double-crested Cormorant

by hratnerNYC, New York, USA

Willowbrook Park, Staten

0 0 American Robin

American Robin

by mdwildlifeNewark, New York, USA

American Robin

0 0 Spring Beauty flowers

Spring Beauty flowers

by CarolineCutroneoNewark, New York, USA

Wet woodland, Clove Lakes Park, Staten ...

0 0 vervain and knotweed

vervain and knotweed

by CarolineCutroneoNew York City, New York, USA

Next to a pond. Clove Lakes Park, Staten ...

0 0 Switchgrass

Switchgrass

by greenskydesignsNew York, USA

this is a seed plot at Greenbelt Native Plant Center in

0 0 Penguin

Penguin

by Devyn MaciasNew York, USA

Penguins are found in cold temperatures and cannot fly unlike many birds.

1 1 Spotting

Spotting

by concy88NYC, New York, USA

vine plant. cordate leaves. purple flowers with 6 petals

0 0 Clydesdale Horses

Clydesdale Horses

by G.E.M. AcademyNYC, New York, USA

at the Staten

0 0 Cinnamon Ferns

Cinnamon Ferns

by CarolineCutroneoNew York City, New York, USA

stormwater drainage for much of Staten ...

0 0 Double-crested Cormorant

Double-crested Cormorant

by mdwildlifeNew York City, New York, USA

Medium sized, black sea bird. North American coastal. Spotted in

0 0 Pinxter Azalea

Pinxter Azalea

by CarolineCutroneoNew York City, New York, USA

Blooming extensively throughout the park.

0 0 sweetgum

sweetgum

by CarolineCutroneoNewark, New York, USA

Seems to be tannins escaping from the sweetgum leaves and creating artwork on ...

0 3 Great Egret

Great Egret

by G.E.M. HOMESCHOOLNew York, USA

Great Egret

5 3 Eastern Gray Squirrel (black)

Eastern Gray Squirrel (black)

by mdwildlifeNYC, New York, USA

Melantistic variation on the eastern gray squirrel

2 0 Great Egret

Great Egret

by mdwildlifeNew York, USA

Large white bird, yellow beak, black legs, and green patch near eyes

0 1 Mock Strawberry

Mock Strawberry

by G.E.M. AcademyNYC, New York, USA

found this in our backyard in Staten

2 1 Spined micrathena

Spined micrathena

by mauna KunzahNYC, New York, USA

Female orb weaver.

1 0 Garden Snail

Garden Snail

by nancytaisNYC, New York, USA

Spotted a couple of garden snails in a friend's backyard after a rainy night.

0 0 Russula

Russula

by kunzahNYC, New York, USA

Small, red to white spherical mushroom growing on a dead, moss-covered tree.

0 0 Mystery Mushroom #1 (1 of 2)

Mystery Mushroom #1 (1 of 2)

by anne yenNewark, New York

This is the cap of mystery mushroom #1. White gills, white stem, white pores. ...

0 5 Eastern Amberwing Dragonfly

Eastern Amberwing Dragonfly

by CarolineCutroneoNewark, New York, USA

Both the amberwing and the skullcap are common at this pond. Skullcap is ...

0 1 Ailanthus webworm

Ailanthus webworm

by KaceySemlerNYC, New York, USA

Long, skinny insect with intriguing black, orange and cream markings.

0 0 Clitocybe laqué, Deceiver, Rötlicher Lacktrichterling

Clitocybe laqué, Deceiver, Rötlicher Lacktrichterling

by jeff.c.liNew York, USA

6.5 cm long, does not produce milky residue when cut, bruises slightly when ...

0 1 Unnamed spotting

Unnamed spotting

by SamLevineNew Jersey, USA

A brown insect looking like a mix between a dragonfly and a wasp. Tail curls at ...

1 1 Japanese Cherry Blossom

Japanese Cherry Blossom

by G.E.M. HOMESCHOOLNYC, New York, USA

beautiful tree that first grows these pretty pink flowers & then they all fall ...

0 0 Red-eared slider

Red-eared slider

by mdwildlifeNew York, USA

Red-eared sliders with the distinguishing namesake mark behind each ear. ...

0 0 Spotting

Spotting

by CarolineRoseNew York, USA

Small 10 to 12 inch herbaceous plant, flower was about 1.5 inch diameter.

0 0 Eastern Wild Turkey

Eastern Wild Turkey

by akussrNYC, New York, USA

A member of a pack of wild turkeys that settled in the middle of a residential ...

1 2 Great Blue Heron

Great Blue Heron

by mdwildlifeNew York, USA

Great Blue Heron in a high tree nest, roughly 20-30 feet off the ground. She ...

5 2 Red-backed salamander

Red-backed salamander

by anne yenNYC, New York, USA

has a broad mottled dull red stripe on back, darker along its flanks, small and ...

0 1 Muskrat

Muskrat

by Soli Deo GloriaNYC, New York, USA

Looked like a beaver or groundhog, but it had a rat-like tail

4 1 Common Snapping Turtle

Common Snapping Turtle

by mdwildlifeNYC, New York, USA

Monster snapping turtle

3 0 Barn Swallow

Barn Swallow

by mdwildlifeNYC, New York, USA

A pair of barn swallows resting just below a small bridge. Blue back and wings, ...

2 2 Tent Caterpillars

Tent Caterpillars

by G.E.M. AcademyNYC, New York, USA

the outside, there were dozens inside too. This shrub is along a very busy ...

0 0 Cats

Cats

by KaceySemlerNYC, New York, USA

My two babies! Sebastian, all black, and Melody, black-and-white. Both were ...

4 0 Northern mockingbird

Northern mockingbird

by mauna KunzahNYC, New York, USA

Adult mockingbird.

1 0 Dusky arion

Dusky arion

by mauna KunzahNYC, New York, USA

Found this during heavy rainfall.

1 2 Spotting

Spotting

by kunzahNYC, New York, USA

White, irregularly shaped, soft mushrooms. Small to medium sized. Somewhat ...

1 0 Grass-leaved starwort

Grass-leaved starwort

by mauna KunzahNYC, New York, USA

Very tiny white flowers dotting the grass. Five petals each.

0 0 Fleabane

Fleabane

by kunzahNYC, New York, USA

Daisies on the side of a trail.

0 3 Spotting

Spotting

by kunzahNYC, New York, USA

A tree with white and cottony parts. The leaves are generally smaller than the ...

0 3 Spotting

Spotting

by kunzahNYC, New York, USA

Cream-colored shelf fungus, partially eaten (?) or damaged, with fleshy, white ...

0 0 Herring gull

Herring gull

by kunzahNYC, New York, USA

A nonbreeding gull with a chocolate brown to black tail, finding some supper in ...