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Vancouver, BCLat: 49.26, Long: -123.11

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Leilah Sunflower
Sunflower commented on by Leilah Pennsylvania, USA6 years ago

It looks like a sunflower - do you have bird feeders by any chance? =)

Leilah Spider Milkweed
Spider Milkweed commented on by Leilah Texas, USA6 years ago

Can't help on the butterflies, but the plant looks like spider milkweed.

Leilah Unknown spotting
Unknown spotting commented on by Leilah Newport, Oregon, USA7 years ago

Gorgeous photo, you really caught the texture!

Leilah Domestic duck
Domestic duck commented on by Leilah Algarve, Portugal7 years ago

(Also, that grebe is _adorable_.)

Leilah Domestic duck
Domestic duck commented on by Leilah Algarve, Portugal7 years ago

Definitely a domestic duck. We've got the occasional domestic hanging out with the local flocks here, it's really cute. =)

Leilah Maidenhair Ferns
Maidenhair Ferns commented on by Leilah Telemark, Norway7 years ago

It's some kind of Adiantum species, but I can't figure out which one...

Leilah Keyhole Sand Dollar
Keyhole Sand Dollar commented on by Leilah Malaysia7 years ago

Some sand dollars do have variation among the males and females, but I can't find any information on that for this particular species. Gorgeous find!

Leilah Unknown spotting
Unknown spotting commented on by Leilah Alajuela, Costa Rica7 years ago

It looks like something in the Phyllophaga - like the june bugs we have in Indiana... but I couldn't tell you what kind.

Leilah Goose barnacle
Goose barnacle commented on by Leilah California, USA7 years ago

I've seen a number of these on the opposite side of the lagoon from where you were, at Agate Beach in Bolinas. Beautiful little things.

Leilah Cackling Goose
Cackling Goose commented on by Leilah Richmond, British Columbia, Canada7 years ago

Thanks for the suggestion again, SavannahMarie, but as on the other photo, this is not a Canada goose. The picture of the Cackling goose alongside a Canada goose is intended to show how small it is and the different shape of the beak.