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TinaBaker

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TinaBaker Desert Shaggy Mane
Desert Shaggy Mane commented on by TinaBaker Tucson, Arizona, USA6 years ago

CorduneanuVlad thank you for the ID.

TinaBaker Horned Lizard
Horned Lizard commented on by TinaBaker Arizona, USA7 years ago

Thanks Sergio Monteiro and Pedro Beirao.

TinaBaker Arizona Gray Squirrel
Arizona Gray Squirrel commented on by TinaBaker Pinetop-Lakeside, Arizona, USA7 years ago

GeoffreyPalmer, thank you for the ID suggestion. What are the differences? Do they look very similar?

TinaBaker The Brahminy Kite
The Brahminy Kite commented on by TinaBaker Kerala, India7 years ago

Sorry, I should have been more specific. I was wondering if you saw it in an urban setting or in the wild. It looks like the bird is standing in a stream in one of those photos.

TinaBaker Horned Lizard
Horned Lizard commented on by TinaBaker Tucson, Arizona, USA7 years ago

Thank you for the suggestion. I will post there as well. Maybe someone else will have seen this before.

As for the holding lizards. Some are not that difficult to pick up. Many will bite though. There are two venomous species in North America, so be sure you know what you are picking up. I did not hold this one very long, it was already stressed out and I did not want to add more stress.

TinaBaker The Brahminy Kite
The Brahminy Kite commented on by TinaBaker Kerala, India7 years ago

Beautiful bird. Where was this taken?

TinaBaker Fuchsia
Fuchsia commented on by TinaBaker Gold Coast, Queensland, Australia7 years ago

Great shot

TinaBaker Larval Procession of a Fungus Gnat
Larval Procession of a Fungus Gnat commented on by TinaBaker Chiapas, Mexico7 years ago

Great spotting. I think what stands out most for me, is that the ones that are left behind, no longer move. I wonder why that is and what motivates the mass migrations. Very interesting indeed.

TinaBaker Horned Lizard
Horned Lizard commented on by TinaBaker Tucson, Arizona, USA7 years ago

I was happy too Jemma. I admit, at first I thought it was dead, until I saw it breathing. It is possible the snake might not have missed out on a meal. I saw it glide directly into a pack rat nest.

TinaBaker Baby Golden-crowned Snake
Baby Golden-crowned Snake commented on by TinaBaker Maroochydore, Queensland, Australia7 years ago

What a wonderful creature to have in your garden. That must have been an exciting find.

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