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Every spotting is a puzzle piece in the jigsaw puzzle of life. When the picture begins to appear, there is no reason to cease working.

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KarenSaxton Zebra
Zebra commented on by KarenSaxton Narok, Kenyaa day ago

What an awesome spotting

KarenSaxton isabella tiger moth
isabella tiger moth commented on by KarenSaxton Oregon, USA2 months ago

This one looked so much brighter than my previous ones that I had to look back on previous spottings! And given that our roads are practically paved with them, I'm wondering why I almost never see them. At any rate - thank you for the ID
So what is this guy? https://www.projectnoah.org/spottings/10...

KarenSaxton Spotting
Spotting commented on by KarenSaxton Oregon, USA2 months ago

Thank you!

KarenSaxton Spotting
Spotting commented on by KarenSaxton Oregon, USA2 months ago

thank you

KarenSaxton Pacific Wren: successful nesting near man
Pacific Wren: successful nesting near man commented on by KarenSaxton Oregon, USA4 months ago

A full week later the babies are still returning to the nest at night. They make a tseep tseep sound as they keep track of each other in the early am and at dusk

KarenSaxton Willie Wagtail
Willie Wagtail commented on by KarenSaxton Alice Springs, Northern Territory, Australia6 months ago

So many lovely birds. You're very fortunate to live there!

KarenSaxton kangaroo
kangaroo commented on by KarenSaxton Victoria, Australia6 months ago

Me too.

KarenSaxton Tayra
Tayra commented on by KarenSaxton Morona Santiago, Ecuador7 months ago

They're just adorable, but I get it. My son raised chickens for 4H and a mink managed to wipe our entire population out. He ended up giving away his favorites to save them

KarenSaxton Mouse Opossum
Mouse Opossum commented on by KarenSaxton Morona Santiago, Ecuador7 months ago

No... not snake food! I buy pinkie rats for my snake - granted you don't have that source. Glad you let the little guys go

KarenSaxton Southern Tamandua
Southern Tamandua commented on by KarenSaxton Morona Santiago, Ecuador7 months ago

Yeah, those claws are strong. As a child we went to the San Diego zoo often. I overheard one of the animal handler/performers telling someone that she'd visited a baby giant anteater in the nursery and was trying to hide the scratches from her husband/coperformer!