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

This is a female Red-Winged Blackbird.....http://www.allaboutbirds.org/guide/Red-winged_Blackbird/id

PeterChereshnoski Marsh Rabbit
Marsh Rabbit commented on by PeterChereshnoski Florida, USA8 years ago

I will gladly defer to the more local id's.....we have the Eastern Cottontail as the only rabbit in my neck of the woods. We do have the Snowshoe Hare that is much bigger too!

PeterChereshnoski Marsh Rabbit
Marsh Rabbit commented on by PeterChereshnoski Florida, USA8 years ago

Tough to tell for sure but it is probably a Cottontail Rabbit.....

PeterChereshnoski Raven and Turkey Vulture
Raven and Turkey Vulture commented on by PeterChereshnoski Arizona, USA8 years ago

Any picture of species interacting is really cool.....nice job!

PeterChereshnoski bark damage on mountain mahogany
bark damage on mountain mahogany commented on by PeterChereshnoski Idaho, USA8 years ago

Many animals will eat the bark from trees, porcupines do, but I would expect it to be higher they generally climb the tree.....deer will eat bark during harsh winters and food is scarce but the marks look like it may be a smaller animal. My guess by looking at the brush behind it is that the brush created an area under the winter snow where rabbits could take refuge and the tree provided a meal or two.
On another note the lines of holes are bird peck..... probably woodpeckers or sapsuckers

PeterChereshnoski Honey Bee
Honey Bee commented on by PeterChereshnoski Toronto, Canada8 years ago

I'm thinking that might be a Yellow Jacket......check out this link....

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Yellow_jack...

PeterChereshnoski Dragonfly - Common Green Darner
Dragonfly - Common Green Darner commented on by PeterChereshnoski Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA8 years ago

I agree common Green Darner....

PeterChereshnoski Unknown spotting
Unknown spotting commented on by PeterChereshnoski Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA8 years ago

http://www.projectnoah.org/spottings/722...

here it is......my apologies!

PeterChereshnoski Woodpecker
Woodpecker commented on by PeterChereshnoski Indiana, USA8 years ago

probably a Downy Woodpecker.......

PeterChereshnoski Unknown spotting
Unknown spotting commented on by PeterChereshnoski Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA8 years ago

I took some photo's of a spider that had a web and while taking the pictures I scared it and it went into a folded leaf......the pictures are here: http://www.projectnoah.org/spottings/722... last one in the series is the spider in the end of the folded leaf.