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KimAyersStolzy Black Swallowtail
Black Swallowtail commented on by KimAyersStolzy Henderson, Kentucky, USA5 years ago

Thank you ForestDragon for the correction and the reference!

KimAyersStolzy Widow Skimmer Dragonfly
Widow Skimmer Dragonfly commented on by KimAyersStolzy Henderson, Kentucky, USA5 years ago

Thank you Jellis!

KimAyersStolzy Spotted Owlet
Spotted Owlet commented on by KimAyersStolzy Punjab, India6 years ago

Great shot!

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question mark commented on by KimAyersStolzy Henderson, Kentucky, USA6 years ago

thanks for the correction and the resources .....

KimAyersStolzy hummingbird
hummingbird commented on by KimAyersStolzy Lorette, Rhône-Alpes, Tromelin Island6 years ago

For some reason my locator did not record the correct location. This hummer was found in KY USA

KimAyersStolzy Unknown spotting
Unknown spotting commented on by KimAyersStolzy Henderson, Kentucky, USA7 years ago

Writing spider egg sac

KimAyersStolzy Jack in the Pulpit
Jack in the Pulpit commented on by KimAyersStolzy Ohio, USA7 years ago

In KY we call these Indian turnips.

KimAyersStolzy Unknown spotting
Unknown spotting commented on by KimAyersStolzy Lat: 0.00 Lon: 0.007 years ago

Never seen this one before. The weather has been very damp and this appeared in mulched area that gets morning sun. We feed birds in the same area. Any comments appreciated!!

KimAyersStolzy Lynx spider male
Lynx spider male commented on by KimAyersStolzy Ernakulam, Kerala, India7 years ago

Wow...what kind of lens captured this amazing photo?? I am looking to purchase a Micro lense for my Nikon camera.

KimAyersStolzy Monarch
Monarch commented on by KimAyersStolzy Kentucky, USA7 years ago

Here in KY we tag in late summer as the Monarch starts their migration to Mexico. Our local naturalist from Audubon State Park uses small stamps the size of a kitchen match head and places it on the outside of the bottom wing. This stamp has a specific number that is referenced to info collected by who, where and when it was tagged. www.monarchwatch.org/tagmig/‎

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