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FianaShapiro

FianaShapiro

I go around the U.S. doing wildlife field work (primarily with herps) and exploring the outdoors.

Bar Harbor, ME

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FianaShapiro Unknown spotting
Unknown spotting commented on by FianaShapiro Bar Harbor, Maine, USA8 years ago

It looks like snail eggs.

FianaShapiro Red Bat
Red Bat commented on by FianaShapiro Missouri, USA9 years ago

You've got the timeline right. Sadly I wasn't there to see the bat he found. Did it survive- did you release it again? Poor thing, but cool to see up-close

FianaShapiro Red Bat
Red Bat commented on by FianaShapiro Missouri, USA9 years ago

Heya Rain! What bat that Andy found? This is one of the ones that was caught when the researchers were in the park doing mist netting one night and we went out to help.
p.s. I hope I get to find some mist-netting to help with at Acadia this spring...so much fun!

FianaShapiro Mourning Dove (juvenile)
Mourning Dove (juvenile) commented on by FianaShapiro Vermillion, South Dakota, USA9 years ago

Great, thank you both. Pretty sure I knew it was a mourning dove back when I took it ;) Still a birding newbie..

FianaShapiro Juvenile Black Racer
Juvenile Black Racer commented on by FianaShapiro Ellington, Missouri, USA9 years ago

Yeah, I'll admit...I had to ask one of my herper friends ;) I'm not good with my baby snake ID...they can be so much more colorful and patterned than the adults!

FianaShapiro Black Rat Snake
Black Rat Snake commented on by FianaShapiro Ellington, Missouri, USA10 years ago

CSC-Snake: yeah, just added that to my description. I think it was found in one of the funnel traps (though I don't recall with that particular snake for sure..sometimes we'd find them just outside of traps, or in the pitfall bucket in the middle.) Part of a study I worked as a technician for.

FianaShapiro Labrador Tea
Labrador Tea commented on by FianaShapiro Manitoba, Canada10 years ago

Thanks. How do you know it's the bog species?

FianaShapiro Orange slime mold
Orange slime mold commented on by FianaShapiro Manitoba, Canada10 years ago

igorneau: haha, thanks :) and yep, it definitely looks like a slime mold!

FianaShapiro Young Moose(?) Remains
Young Moose(?) Remains commented on by FianaShapiro Ely, Minnesota, USA10 years ago

Emily: yeah, it does look like that, doesn't it...I thought at the time that was the top of the head...I thought there was a jaw on it...but now it does look like a pelvic bone... clearly I didn't look long and hard enough. We moved the bones around, so it's not how they were initially laid out

FianaShapiro Moss
Moss commented on by FianaShapiro Ely, Minnesota, USA10 years ago

Awesome..it's great. And a few of these pictures were all from this one little spot, hidden between these big rock faces, tucked away behind my campsite, and there was just so much moisture collected in there that moss was on Everything...it was magical and beautiful. So if you get a chance, do some extra exploring around, and you may just come upon one of these amazing little spots.

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