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LauraLOVESbirds

I am a Virginia Master Naturalist and travel junkie. I love to learn and help others learn; and this site continues to be GREAT for both!

Chesapeake, VA, USA

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LauraLOVESbirds GOOSE
GOOSE commented on by LauraLOVESbirds North Carolina, USA6 months ago

If this was not captive, and if it was wild, please post photo and sighting in Cornell’s ebird site. We have had wild Barnacle Goose sightings in the US. Thank you!! https://ebird.org/map/bargoo?neg=true&am...

LauraLOVESbirds Crow
Crow commented on by LauraLOVESbirds Alabama, USA6 months ago

American Crows and Fish Crows look almost the same. The most common way to identify between the two is by hearing their vocalization, which is distinctly different from one another.

LauraLOVESbirds Black Vultures
Black Vultures commented on by LauraLOVESbirds Chesapeake City, Virginia, USAa year ago

Photo has since been titled: "Irreverent" because they are copulating - on a church (!) rooftop above the front door - on a Sunday morning ...not to mention they are cloaked in black and live on death

LauraLOVESbirds Tropical Kingbird
Tropical Kingbird commented on by LauraLOVESbirds Provincia Puntarenas, Costa Ricaa year ago

flycatcher

LauraLOVESbirds Desert Blonde Tarantula
Desert Blonde Tarantula commented on by LauraLOVESbirds Arizona, USA2 years ago

Thank you, gratography!

LauraLOVESbirds Four-leaf white clover
Four-leaf white clover commented on by LauraLOVESbirds Massachusetts, USA2 years ago

From Wikipedia: "It is claimed that there are approximately 10,000 three-leaf clovers for every four-leaf clover. However, an actual survey of over 5 million clovers found the real frequency to be closer to 5,000 to 1, double the said probability.

Even so, this probability has not deterred collectors who have reached records as high as 170,000 four-leaf clovers in a lifetime. However, the world record for four-leaf clovers in a single day is at least 166, with the record for one hour being 166, set by an American named Katie Borka on June 23, 2018."

LauraLOVESbirds Four-leaf white clover
Four-leaf white clover commented on by LauraLOVESbirds Massachusetts, USA2 years ago

iNaturalist's website says: "Introduced in Middlesex County, US, MA: arrived in the region via anthropogenic means"

LauraLOVESbirds Bald-faced hornet
Bald-faced hornet commented on by LauraLOVESbirds Massachusetts, USA2 years ago

Thanks ForestDragon!

LauraLOVESbirds house finch
house finch commented on by LauraLOVESbirds Maryland, USA3 years ago

Nice spotting. Tail looks a bit long for a house finch.

LauraLOVESbirds PELEGRIN FALCON
PELEGRIN FALCON commented on by LauraLOVESbirds Coto, Puerto Rico, USA3 years ago

Nice find and photo. Adult male Kestrel, I believe.

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