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JeanSawatzky Sticky False Asphodel
Sticky False Asphodel commented on by JeanSawatzky Chilliwack, British Columbia, Canada6 years ago

Thank you for your suggestion. I think it is probably Sticky False Asphodel, but was hoping someone would confirm this.

JeanSawatzky Brown Shrike
Brown Shrike commented on by JeanSawatzky Sihanoukville, Sihanoukville, Cambodia7 years ago

Great spotting!

JeanSawatzky Killdeer
Killdeer commented on by JeanSawatzky California, USA7 years ago

Great shot!

JeanSawatzky Red Raspberry Slime Mold
Red Raspberry Slime Mold commented on by JeanSawatzky Iowa, USA7 years ago

Fabulous! Are you aware of The Great Slime Mold race held at the Massachusetts General Hospital Lab on May 16, 2014? They raced slime mold cells and leukemia cells thru a maze. Slime molds may help us understand cancer cells.

JeanSawatzky Eastern Kingbird
Eastern Kingbird commented on by JeanSawatzky Battle Creek, Michigan, USA7 years ago

Although called the Eastern Kingbird, it also nests here in British Columbia along the Alouette River and on the Pitt Polder. Always a welcome sight when we are out bird watching.

JeanSawatzky Unknown spotting
Unknown spotting commented on by JeanSawatzky Ciudad de México, Distrito Federal, Mexico7 years ago

I think it's a ground cone - possibly Boschniakia -

JeanSawatzky American Mink
American Mink commented on by JeanSawatzky Delta, British Columbia, Canada7 years ago

Hi Birdboy - great shot! I read that this mink does eat some birds. I think ground-nesting birds would be in danger.

JeanSawatzky Wavy-leaved Cotton Moss
Wavy-leaved Cotton Moss commented on by JeanSawatzky Port Moody, British Columbia, Canada7 years ago

Thanks Miles - I'm just starting to learn about moss.

JeanSawatzky Gyromitra ambigua
Gyromitra ambigua commented on by JeanSawatzky Maple Ridge, British Columbia, Canada7 years ago

Thank you for your comments. We find the strangest things hiking the trails of the Fraser Valley.

JeanSawatzky yellow Warbler
yellow Warbler commented on by JeanSawatzky San Diego, California, USA7 years ago

Has this little bird been injured?

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