Guardian Nature School Team Contact Blog Project Noah Facebook Project Noah Twitter

A worldwide community photographing and learning about wildlife

Join Project Noah!
nature school apple icon

Project Noah Nature School visit nature school



i am a school principal,information and communication professional, community worker,photojournalist, freelance writer.

Carmona, Cavite, Philippines

Sign In to follow


BalincaguinConservancy ShaumingLo Sergio Monteiro
Biswajit De maplemoth662 Seema TajSALDO
'NoelOrtega White Cockatoo
White Cockatoo commented on by 'NoelOrtega Batangas City, Batangas, Philippines11 years ago

thanks argy bee for helping me identifying this! :D

'NoelOrtega Unknown spotting
Unknown spotting commented on by 'NoelOrtega Reston, Virginia, USA11 years ago

Cloud ear fungus (Auricularia polytricha, syn. Hirneola polytricha) is an edible jelly fungus. It is gray-brown in color and often used in Asian cooking.
It is known as Mandarin Chinese: pinyin: yún'ěr, lit. "cloud ear"), Chinese: pinyin: máomù'ěr, lit. "hairy wood ear"), or (pinyin: mù'ěr, lit. "wood ear" or "tree ear"), and in Japanese it is called arage kikurage, lit. "tree jellyfish"). It is also known as black fungus, black Chinese fungus (or mushroom), wood ear fungus, wood fungus, ear fungus, or tree ear fungus, an allusion to its rubbery ear-shaped growth. In Europe, it is frequently confused as "Jew's ear", and "Jelly ear", albeit they are very closely related. In Hawaii, they are known as pepeiao which means ear.[1] In Southeast Asia, it is known as bok nee in local English (from the Hokkien bo̍k-ní) and is used in the salad kerabu bok nee. In the Philippines, the locals call it tenga ng daga, meaning "rat's ear" due to its appearance.

'NoelOrtega Unknown spotting
Unknown spotting commented on by 'NoelOrtega Reston, Virginia, USA11 years ago

mouse ears... :D

'NoelOrtega Macadamia tree
Macadamia tree commented on by 'NoelOrtega Tacurong, Sultan Kudarat, Philippines11 years ago

how can i rotate the photos?

'NoelOrtega Papaya
Papaya commented on by 'NoelOrtega Cavite, Philippines11 years ago

this papayas were actually harvest from Dole Philippines, a giant plantation of pineapples in South Cotabato. this photo was taken when we visited the place last April

'NoelOrtega Yellow Horned Spider
Yellow Horned Spider commented on by 'NoelOrtega Cavite, Philippines11 years ago

thanks asergio and ashish.. :D

'NoelOrtega Gouldian Finch
Gouldian Finch commented on by 'NoelOrtega Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA11 years ago

lovely so!

'NoelOrtega Shaggy Mane
Shaggy Mane commented on by 'NoelOrtega Omaha, Nebraska, USA11 years ago

nice.... thought it is a decorated easter egg...^^

'NoelOrtega Hoverfly
Hoverfly commented on by 'NoelOrtega Saskatoon, Canada11 years ago

heavenly sight!!!^^

'NoelOrtega Hover Fly
Hover Fly commented on by 'NoelOrtega California, USA11 years ago

i love it!^^

Noah Guardians
Noah Sponsors
join Project Noah Team

Join the Project Noah Team