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gatorfellows

I am a Texas Master Naturalists/Master Gardener/Citizen Scientist. Providing interactive naturalist displays for elementary schools.

McKinney, TXLat: 33.17, Long: -97.03

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gatorfellows Green Cloverworm Moth
Green Cloverworm Moth commented on by gatorfellows Texas, USAa year ago

Thanks

gatorfellows Texas Garter Snake
Texas Garter Snake commented on by gatorfellows Texas, USA2 years ago

Thanks Jellis This is what I thought but snakes are not my field of interest.

gatorfellows Canyon wren
Canyon wren commented on by gatorfellows Texas, USA3 years ago

Nest doing well :)

gatorfellows Robin
Robin commented on by gatorfellows Beloit, Wisconsin, USA4 years ago

nice :)

gatorfellows Unknown spotting
Unknown spotting commented on by gatorfellows Greenville, Texas, USA4 years ago

Here is another resource with photo of juvenile Texas Rat Snake
http://www.texassnakes.net/JuvRat.htm

gatorfellows Eastern Tiger Swallowtail - female
Eastern Tiger Swallowtail - female commented on by gatorfellows Texas, USA4 years ago

very nice :)

gatorfellows Eastern Bluebird (female)
Eastern Bluebird (female) commented on by gatorfellows Texas, USA4 years ago

Thanks :)

gatorfellows Little Blue Heron (immature)
Little Blue Heron (immature) commented on by gatorfellows Louisiana, USA4 years ago

You are welcome :) I saw lots of firsts on that 2013 trip.

gatorfellows Little blue heron juvenile
Little blue heron juvenile commented on by gatorfellows Ocala, Florida, USA4 years ago

Here is one I caught in May of 2013 that shows the tye-dye - http://www.projectnoah.org/spottings/244... As Ashley said they are really cool when molting. Great photos :)

gatorfellows Silverfish
Silverfish commented on by gatorfellows Florida, USA4 years ago

This is a member of the Order Zygentoma - Silverfish, Firebrat or Booklice. I cannot tell exactly from your photo, but here is a link for further study: http://bugguide.net/node/view/79