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Spotting

by JonathanRichardFarkasofskyThe Woodlands, Texas, USA

0 0 Spotting

Spotting

by JonathanRichardFarkasofskyThe Woodlands, Texas, USA

0 0 Spotting

Spotting

by JonathanRichardFarkasofskyThe Woodlands, Texas, USA

0 0 Woodland Kingfisher

Woodland Kingfisher

by pamsaiWestern, Uganda

The

0 0 Spiders

Spiders

by p.young713Tampa, Florida, USA

Near the ground in

0 1 Spent Seed-pod

Spent Seed-pod

by MickGrantHillsboro, Ohio, USA

Walking the

0 0 Migratory woodland Caribou

Migratory woodland Caribou

by BambiJudyQuébec, Canada

There are only between 150 and 200 migratory

0 0 Woodland Phlox

Woodland Phlox

by SargonR

Woodland Phlox spotted along

0 1 Spotting

Spotting

by laurakalbagEngland, United Kingdom

Rust-coloured lichen, spread thinly across

1 0 blushing bracket fungus

blushing bracket fungus

by robinlayfieldEngland, United Kingdom

Bracket Fungus

1 0 Nuttall's Woodpecker

Nuttall's Woodpecker

by DonnaPomeroyHayward, California, USA

A small woodpecker confined primarily to

0 0 Woodland Coneflower

Woodland Coneflower

by chesterbperryEast Ridge, Tennessee, USA

One of the few Rudbeckia's that thrive in a ...

3 2 White Trillium

White Trillium

by DaneColeOntario, Canada

Common, woodland perennial bulb.

1 0 Wahlberg's Eagle

Wahlberg's Eagle

by john.fermanis.srDodoma, Dodoma, Tanzania

Wahlberg's Eagle. Black phase. Found in the ...

4 1 Round-lobed Hepatica

Round-lobed Hepatica

by LuckyLoganAmes, Iowa, USA

Woodland flowering species. One of

2 1 Spotting

Spotting

by alexis.m.brooksThe Woodlands, Texas, USA

In woodlands Texas frowning next to rock ...

0 0 Grasshopper

Grasshopper

by AprilHaightKentucky, USA

Found in grass at the

0 0 Comma

Comma

by Korina AbbottRunnymede, England, United Kingdom

Comma

0 0 Spotting

Spotting

by susannastride

Possible of Fritillary family

0 1 Virginia Creeper

Virginia Creeper

by BethAngermeierCave-In-Rock, Illinois, USA

Prolific among the

0 0 Fiddlehead Fern

Fiddlehead Fern

by Jim Ohio, USA

Common ferns in the forest

2 2 Spotting

Spotting

by Sunflower HeavenConnecticut, USA

I took the picture in

1 1 Jack In The Pulpit

Jack In The Pulpit

by LoriCrowderNewmanMarietta, Georgia, USA

Woodland

0 4 Long-tailed Nightjar

Long-tailed Nightjar

by Gloster BirderGambia

Spot the birdy?

0 0 Jack-in-the-pulpit

Jack-in-the-pulpit

by ShellyCoxFillmore, Missouri, USA

Woodland

3 4 Bilberry shield bug

Bilberry shield bug

by sintija.valuckaKurzeme, Latvia

Woodland. In

0 0 Robin

Robin

by ElyshaMcBrideScotland, United Kingdom

found a robin in the toilets!

0 0 Spotting

Spotting

by CelyncoedWales, United Kingdom

Found at the Wynnstay Estate, Near Ruabon

0 0 Spotting

Spotting

by The doc.Wales, United Kingdom

Some forest fungi

0 0 Jack in the pulpit

Jack in the pulpit

by eeyorehouse2Ontario, Canada

Woodland

2 0 Columbine

Columbine

by stephanielrickmanGeneseo, Illinois, USA

First blossoms of the season.

0 0 Spotting

Spotting

by btabesTennessee, USA

Woodland, just at

0 0 Snow speedwell

Snow speedwell

by VinnyVictoria, Australia

Member of the Plantaginaceae

1 0 Spotting

Spotting

by JonathanRichardFarkasofskyThe Woodlands, Texas, USA

Moss

1 0 Brown Snake

Brown Snake

by JonathanRichardFarkasofskyThe Woodlands, Texas, USA

1 3 Dog

Dog

by starranceThe Woodlands, Texas, USA

Black and white

0 0 Eastern Phoebe (juvenile)

Eastern Phoebe (juvenile)

by LivanEscuderoHomestead, Florida, USA

This juvenile, judging for the amount of ...

0 0 Garden spider

Garden spider

by jayonestarOxford, England, United Kingdom

Sitting in the middle of

0 0 moss

moss

by LilaMayWales, United Kingdom

Found on the floor of

2 3 Spotting

Spotting

by grimpickleThe Woodlands, Texas, USA

Are these galls?

2 0 Woodland Caribou

Woodland Caribou

by BambiJudyNewfoundland and Labrador, Canada

In the summer,

0 0 Woodland Skipper

Woodland Skipper

by segalwe1Evanston, Illinois, USA

This looks most like the

0 0 fern

fern

by bbprevasMaryland, USA

a shade-tolerant fern that grows under the ...

2 0 Lobster Moth

Lobster Moth

by Jim SwalwellBreckland District, England, United Kingdom

Woodland habitats. English name from

0 2 Cedar tree Gall?

Cedar tree Gall?

by MickGrantHillsboro, Ohio

Wandered the

0 1 Tree Fungi (Hickory)

Tree Fungi (Hickory)

by MickGrantOhio, USA

Very hard fungis when touched - deep into