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Wildifreq

Wildifreq

I'm an environmental biologist, and studied Wildlife Biology at Ball State University.

Franklin, IN

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Wildifreq Herring Gull
Herring Gull commented on by Wildifreq Sanibel, Florida, United States2 years ago

I'm not sure the range is correct for Great black-backed gull. They barley make it to the northern Atlantic Coast of Florida and this was observed along the southern Gulf Coast of Florida.

Wildifreq Eastern Cottontail Rabbit
Eastern Cottontail Rabbit commented on by Wildifreq Franklin, Indiana, USA6 years ago

I love bunnies! We have them all over our neighborhood. They haven't found my garden......YET! :P

Wildifreq Spike Mussel
Spike Mussel commented on by Wildifreq Indiana, USA7 years ago

Thanks AshleyL, I have joined it. I'm a mussel biologist, so I can contribute some to it! :)

Wildifreq Crab
Crab commented on by Wildifreq Florida, USA7 years ago

Oh wow, epic fail on my part!

Wildifreq Great Horned Owl
Great Horned Owl commented on by Wildifreq Idaho, USA8 years ago

What a neat photo! Was it guarding food?

Wildifreq Mesh Web Weaver (web)
Mesh Web Weaver (web) commented on by Wildifreq Lawrence, Indiana, USA8 years ago

Interesting. I just love the geometry of the web. There were 2-3 spiders in the web, and at least 2 of them looked different from the other. Not really sure why I didn't try to get a closer look at the spiders!

Wildifreq Blister Beetle
Blister Beetle commented on by Wildifreq Indiana, USA8 years ago

I'm glad I didn't try to play with this beetle! :P

Wildifreq Carolina Mantis
Carolina Mantis commented on by Wildifreq Franklin, Indiana, USA8 years ago

Oh thank you! I didn't even realize there was a mission for mantids. I'll remove it from one of the other categories. I think it will fit this mission better. :)

Wildifreq Unknown spotting
Unknown spotting commented on by Wildifreq Lawrence, Indiana, USA8 years ago

The top was about 6 inches across, and it was at least that tall.

Wildifreq Unknown spotting
Unknown spotting commented on by Wildifreq Lawrence, Indiana, USA8 years ago

It's pretty mind boggling isn't it? I thought it was an Amanita at first glance, but it doesn't have that tell-tale ring around the stem. I'm at a loss lol.

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