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emmy.wade Jewelweed
Jewelweed commented on by emmy.wade Birmingham, Alabama, USA8 years ago

Yeah, they only let you pick one category, so I figured I'd go with the plant...It seems like you should be able to, like if you come across a symbiotic relationship or something.

emmy.wade Slaty skimmer
Slaty skimmer commented on by emmy.wade Louisiana, USA9 years ago

That's my aunt's hand, actually, but it also landed on my knee. :)

emmy.wade Pied-billed Grebe
Pied-billed Grebe commented on by emmy.wade Sarasota, Florida, USA9 years ago

Awww, that tiny little beak!

emmy.wade Pileated Woodpecter
Pileated Woodpecter commented on by emmy.wade Lat: 43.74 Lon: -70.129 years ago

Where was this? I live in Alabama and I've seen a couple. Gorgeous photo. :)

emmy.wade Snowy Egret
Snowy Egret commented on by emmy.wade La Libertad, Peru9 years ago

We have these in Mobile, Al. I love seeing them. :)

emmy.wade Mallard Duck
Mallard Duck commented on by emmy.wade Alberta, Canada9 years ago

OH MY GOD DUCKLINGS. I WANT THEM. (...sorry. Reflexive reaction to a bunch of ducklings huddling together.)

emmy.wade Sunbittern
Sunbittern commented on by emmy.wade Guanacaste, Costa Rica9 years ago

Gorgeous plumage!!!

emmy.wade Common Raven
Common Raven commented on by emmy.wade Canada9 years ago

Quoth the raven, nevermore!

emmy.wade Northern Cardinal
Northern Cardinal commented on by emmy.wade Lat: 43.75 Lon: -70.109 years ago

So gorgeous against the white snow!

emmy.wade Canada goose (or possibly cackling goose)
Canada goose (or possibly cackling goose) commented on by emmy.wade Birmingham, Alabama, USA9 years ago

@ 1Sarah2: I can't decide if you're right or not. One of the key differences appears to be neck length, but I can't tell because it's got its neck all curled up. I wish I could see the tail markings, that would be another way. According to the range chart, cackling geese don't come to Alabama, but then again, those things are never 100% accurate. Cackling geese are a subspecies of canada anyway, so we're probably both at least half right. :)

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