Guardian Nature School Team Contact Blog Project Noah Facebook Project Noah Twitter

A worldwide community photographing and learning about wildlife

Join Project Noah!
nature school apple icon

Project Noah Nature School visit nature school




Sign In to follow


CodyBoyer AshleyTovar ChrisV. LeslieF
Fyn Kynd
LensRoto Snow fleas
Snow fleas commented on by LensRoto Michigan, USA11 years ago

Yes they are a kind of springtail. We have been seeing them more often this winter than any other. Maybe because we have had more snow cover and milder temps?

LensRoto Unknown spotting
Unknown spotting commented on by LensRoto Portage, Michigan, USA11 years ago

Thank you, CorduneanuVlad, for pointing me in the right direction! However I am now wondering if it is Cortinarius iodes, because the cap looks so wet and slimy ... ?

LensRoto Baby Oppossum
Baby Oppossum commented on by LensRoto California, USA11 years ago

Oh, so dang adorable! Thank you for sharing!

LensRoto Barn Owl
Barn Owl commented on by LensRoto California, USA11 years ago


LensRoto Red-shouldered Hawk
Red-shouldered Hawk commented on by LensRoto Boca Raton, Florida, USA11 years ago

Amazing photo. Congrats!

LensRoto Maple Spanworm
Maple Spanworm commented on by LensRoto Maine, USA11 years ago

Wow! Amazing! Great find!

LensRoto Osprey
Osprey commented on by LensRoto Mexico11 years ago

Wow, great capture!

LensRoto Long-tailed Salamander
Long-tailed Salamander commented on by LensRoto Ellington, Missouri, USA11 years ago

So tiny, colorful and (I can't help it) CUTE. ... Looks like this find was worth the search!

LensRoto Saddleback Caterpillar
Saddleback Caterpillar commented on by LensRoto South Carolina, USA11 years ago

Wow! Great find!

LensRoto Triops!
Triops! commented on by LensRoto Suquamish, Washington, USA11 years ago

I'll always remember when we grew triops as a science project. One of them ate all the others, and then he got "scary" big!

Noah Guardians
Noah Sponsors
join Project Noah Team

Join the Project Noah Team