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Amy Welte Unknown spotting
Unknown spotting commented on by Amy Welte Houston, Texas, USA5 years ago

I don't believe it is a Kestrel either; too big and no stripes on face. I'm thinking a juvenile Red Shoulder? Difficult without size

Amy Welte Unknown spotting
Unknown spotting commented on by Amy Welte Durham, North Carolina, USA5 years ago

It's an Azalea, but cannot tell you the type.

Amy Welte Ruby-crowned Kinglet
Ruby-crowned Kinglet commented on by Amy Welte Michigan, USA5 years ago

Ruby crowned is my best guess. Poured over my filed guide for an hour.

Amy Welte Rock wren
Rock wren commented on by Amy Welte Washington, USA5 years ago

What type of habitat was it spotted in? It is a wren, but having difficulty identifying the species.

Amy Welte Eastern Bluebird
Eastern Bluebird commented on by Amy Welte Florida, USA5 years ago

Blue Jay

https://www.allaboutbirds.org/guide/Blue...

Amy Welte Ladybird pupa
Ladybird pupa commented on by Amy Welte Whangarei, Northland, New Zealand5 years ago

These are ladybug (ladybird) chyrsalides (pupa). Not sure what species however.

Amy Welte True Frogs
True Frogs commented on by Amy Welte Vermont, USA5 years ago

This is great! I will be able to show my students what frog eggs look like! Thank you!

Amy Welte False Widow Spider
False Widow Spider commented on by Amy Welte Bristol, England, United Kingdom5 years ago

aka Cupboard Spider, not deadly.

Amy Welte Downy Woodpecker
Downy Woodpecker commented on by Amy Welte North Charleston, South Carolina, USA5 years ago

It could be a female Downy or Hairy, but leaning on the Downy just because the bill might be more prominent and easier to see if it were a Hairy. Just a theory. :)

Amy Welte Tussock Moth
Tussock Moth commented on by Amy Welte San José, California, USA5 years ago

Thank you! I initially thought so as well but the bluish color threw me for a loop. :)

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