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LisaPowers

LisaPowers

Lisa Powers is an award-winning nature photographer, writer and herpetologist/contract biologist and volunteers for Project Noah.

Hickman County, TNLat: 35.8, Long: -87.46

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LisaPowers Northern Copperhead
Northern Copperhead commented on by LisaPowers Virginia, USA2 months ago

Thank you fellow rangers for nominating this for spotting of the week! I always love to see snakes as the topic. But it is a special honor to have one of mine nominated.

LisaPowers Northern Copperhead
Northern Copperhead commented on by LisaPowers Virginia, USA2 months ago

Thank you all for the very kind comments! This is one of my favorite animals and I love when other people appreciate my work with them. Thank you so much!

LisaPowers Eastern Box Turtle
Eastern Box Turtle commented on by LisaPowers Collegedale, Tennessee, USA2 months ago

Welcome to project Noah Brady. Thanks for filling out complete information! Hope you enjoy our community and I look forward to more of your spotting’s.

LisaPowers Wood Frog
Wood Frog commented on by LisaPowers Virginia, USA9 months ago

Thanks Brian!

LisaPowers American Pipe Snake
American Pipe Snake commented on by LisaPowers Morona Santiago, Ecuador10 months ago

Gorgeous snake! Thanks for sharing!

LisaPowers Geometrid Moth Caterpillar
Geometrid Moth Caterpillar commented on by LisaPowers Virginia, USAa year ago

Thank you maplemoth662!

LisaPowers Polyphemus Moth
Polyphemus Moth commented on by LisaPowers Virginia, USAa year ago

Thanks Jim! It was a beauty!

LisaPowers Scoopwing Moth
Scoopwing Moth commented on by LisaPowers Alfaro, Provincia Alajuela, Costa Ricaa year ago

Shouldn't this be scoopwing?

LisaPowers Polyphemus Moth
Polyphemus Moth commented on by LisaPowers Virginia, USAa year ago

Thank you António and Gilma! It has more subtle than some of the others, but I think it gives a peaceful feeling to look at it! :-)

LisaPowers Ghost crab
Ghost crab commented on by LisaPowers ระยอง, จังหวัดระยอง, Thailanda year ago

I have changed the category from amphibian to the correct one of arthropod.