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PeterChereshnoski

PeterChereshnoski

I am an avid outdoorsman and conservationist, I live in the Tug Hill Region of New York State, my backyard is a 10,000 acre state forest.

Rodman New YorkLat: 43.85, Long: -75.94

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PeterChereshnoski Unknown spotting
Unknown spotting commented on by PeterChereshnoski New York, USA3 years ago

I believe you are right Heather, thanks for the information! I found some with the same pattern but the coloring is tough.

PeterChereshnoski Unknown spotting
Unknown spotting commented on by PeterChereshnoski New York, USA3 years ago

I will take a look.....thank you Heather!

PeterChereshnoski Peachtree Borer
Peachtree Borer commented on by PeterChereshnoski Watertown, New York, USA7 years ago

Thanks ForestDragon, I think you nailed it!

PeterChereshnoski Eastern Comma
Eastern Comma commented on by PeterChereshnoski New York, USA7 years ago

Thankyou Dana, I appreciate the help!

PeterChereshnoski Eastern Comma
Eastern Comma commented on by PeterChereshnoski New York, USA7 years ago

Thankyou Dana, could you explain the mark you are referring to so it can be better identified in the future?

PeterChereshnoski Gray Garden Slug
Gray Garden Slug commented on by PeterChereshnoski New York, USA7 years ago

I am certainly no expert..... and I would like to have an accurate id here, so are you suggesting it is from the family Philomycidae? I'll keep looking.....

PeterChereshnoski American Tree Sparrow
American Tree Sparrow commented on by PeterChereshnoski New York, USA7 years ago


thankyou Gerardo, I was looking at your spottings, they are pretty impressive!

PeterChereshnoski Swallowtail butterflies 'puddling'
Swallowtail butterflies 'puddling' commented on by PeterChereshnoski Tennessee, USA8 years ago

excellent spotting and information on puddling....thankyou!

PeterChereshnoski Woolgrass or Marsh Bulrush
Woolgrass or Marsh Bulrush commented on by PeterChereshnoski Maryland, USA8 years ago

It is hard to tell without a closeup of the head of the plant but it resembles one of my spottings.....Woolgrass.

http://www.projectnoah.org/spottings/718...

PeterChereshnoski Female Red Wing Black Birds on Cattails.
Female Red Wing Black Birds on Cattails. commented on by PeterChereshnoski Tampa, Florida, USA8 years ago

They do migrate, as a matter of fact I haven't seen any up here....I also noticed that there were no Adult males in your photo....not sure why......