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BillCarpenter

BillCarpenter

Anchorage, Alaska

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BillCarpenter Oil Beetle
Oil Beetle commented on by BillCarpenter Wyoming, USA9 years ago

Sure fits the description. Sounds like I was wise not to pick it up.

BillCarpenter Wooly Bear
Wooly Bear commented on by BillCarpenter Wyoming, USA9 years ago

Thanks, he was moving fast.

BillCarpenter Black Racer
Black Racer commented on by BillCarpenter Florida, USA9 years ago

Very interesting perspective.

BillCarpenter Clearwing Moth
Clearwing Moth commented on by BillCarpenter Alawwa, Sri Lanka9 years ago

Hard to believe it is a moth. Does it fly like a moth or a wasp?

BillCarpenter Black-billed Magpie
Black-billed Magpie commented on by BillCarpenter Lat: 61.15 Lon: -149.999 years ago

Thanks

BillCarpenter Moose
Moose commented on by BillCarpenter Lat: 61.15 Lon: -149.999 years ago

Thanks. She had just stepped over the 4 ft fence from our yard.

BillCarpenter Rhinoceros Auklet
Rhinoceros Auklet commented on by BillCarpenter Lat: 59.92 Lon: -149.409 years ago

It was taken from a kayak. We've had good luck getting close to otters, both puffins sometimes Common Murres and these but never to any of the ducks or seals. In Kachemak bay we can't get close to any of the birds. Why did you leave Alaska?

BillCarpenter Rhinoceros Auklet
Rhinoceros Auklet commented on by BillCarpenter Lat: 59.92 Lon: -149.409 years ago

Resurrection Bay is usually pretty calm with the exception of afternoon winds and storms. Makes for great kayaking. We were at the Sealife Center about 2 weeks ago, winter is a great time to visit. The scientific studies are just getting geared up and the first orphaned sea otter just arrived.

BillCarpenter South American Locust
South American Locust commented on by BillCarpenter Portoviejo, Manabi, Ecuador10 years ago

Are these edible?

BillCarpenter Sandhill Crane
Sandhill Crane commented on by BillCarpenter Anchorage, Alaska, USA10 years ago

Good picture.
They are very wary and aware of people.

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