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ElaineWebb

ElaineWebb

Time on my hands and a camera in my hands allows me to satisfy my greedy curiosity about the world around me.

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ElaineWebb Eastern Garter Snake
Eastern Garter Snake commented on by ElaineWebb Connecticut, USA6 years ago

Thanks, BerrianA.HobbyIV!

ElaineWebb Spinner Dolphin
Spinner Dolphin commented on by ElaineWebb Matanzas, Cuba6 years ago

Spinner Dolphin would make sense; they did a lot of spinning and twisting in the air....very acrobatic critters! Thank you, Marta RubioTexeira!

ElaineWebb Spinner Dolphin
Spinner Dolphin commented on by ElaineWebb Matanzas, Cuba6 years ago

Thank you, JoshuaGSmith; I had tried to id it with my Audobon guide but that didn't work out too well...

ElaineWebb Bobcat
Bobcat commented on by ElaineWebb Connecticut, USA7 years ago

It was a huge surprise to see this gorgeous creature padding down the driveway, AsheleyT!

ElaineWebb Milk Snake
Milk Snake commented on by ElaineWebb Connecticut, USA8 years ago

Thank you, antondazomb, Mandy Hollman, a vicente419, and Jim West! I really did not think this was a copperhead but my man sure was hopeful (he also suggested rattlesnake ;) ) My Audoban app on the iPad is dangerous in his hands ;) ;)

ElaineWebb Unnamed spotting
Unnamed spotting commented on by ElaineWebb Connecticut, USA8 years ago

Yes, Jemma, the Delmarva Peninsula Fox Squirrel IS on the endangered list. Its numbers have rebounded to the point where it could be removed but because there are concerns that future climate/environmental events could once again reduce those numbers, it remains on the Endangered List.

ElaineWebb Unnamed spotting
Unnamed spotting commented on by ElaineWebb Connecticut, USA8 years ago

I did check out your link, Jemma and have to admit to being somewhat jealous! That was an incredible spotting and photography. Isn't nature grand?

ElaineWebb Unnamed spotting
Unnamed spotting commented on by ElaineWebb Connecticut, USA8 years ago

Thank you's for the great comments to KarenL, Jemma, John La Salle, k andrews6 and to those who have favorited this spotting.

ElaineWebb Unknown spotting
Unknown spotting commented on by ElaineWebb Connecticut, USA8 years ago

sth002, John La Salle, thanks for the id; Jemma, thanks for the favorite!

ElaineWebb Monarch
Monarch commented on by ElaineWebb Iowa, USA8 years ago

Wonderful video, LuckyLogan! I just had the unbelievable experience of watching a caterpillar select a spot for its chrysalis and begin the process of creating that chrysalis. That chrysalis was in the perfect spot for me to watch and watch I did! The chrysalis was created August 22. Saturday (September 7) I watched all day long but no butterfly appeared. Sunday morning, after watching about 30 minutes, the butterfly began its journey into the world. The camera was at the ready and I captured the whole thing.....an absolutely incredible experience! Thank you for sharing the video!

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