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Cydia Moth

Cydia membrosa

Habitat:

Porch light

Notes:

First of this species on PN. It was quite small.


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6 Comments

JoshuaGSmith
JoshuaGSmith 4 years ago

It certainly taught me a lot about leadership, respect, and hard work. It also rekindled my love for the outdoors which became a full-fledged obsession after I left the BSA.

dcslaugh
dcslaugh 4 years ago

wow! Eagle Scout! what do you like about being an Eagle Scout? :)

JoshuaGSmith
JoshuaGSmith 4 years ago

Anytime, sorry for the late response!

dcslaugh
dcslaugh 4 years ago

It might be a fish crow, huh? Thank you again, Joshua!
Fish crows that have been living in Australian Pines at our best beach were harassing protected nesting birds! The town then removed the Australian Pines from the public beach area. They also removed them from the other beach with nesting birds too. So it would be nice to get that sighting done in a place where they are not causing harm! Thanks again!

dcslaugh
dcslaugh 4 years ago

Joshua G! Thank you for your help with this gull too! You rock with the gulls, man!

JoshuaGSmith
JoshuaGSmith 4 years ago

Your very welcome! You may not think that your gull spotting matters, but I can assure you that any photo documentation of an unusual looking juvenile gull is of great importance on the web. I am a lefty also. I am the lead guitarist in my church's worship team and I like to play a wide array of rock music.

dcslaugh
dcslaugh 4 years ago

Joshua, thank you for confirming what I was feeling about the gull. It's beak did seem too short, but I put down the same ID for it. And it looks like you are a fellow lefty? What guitar music do you like?

JoshuaGSmith
Spotted by
JoshuaGSmith

Arizona, USA

Lat: 33.81, Long: -112.21

Spotted on Jul 27, 2015
Submitted on Aug 1, 2015

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