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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 Wood Duck
Wood Duck commented on by gatorfellows Amarillo, Texas, USA4 years ago

very nice :)

gatorfellows Monarch Butterfly
Monarch Butterfly commented on by gatorfellows Columbus, Ohio, USA4 years ago

The spot on this butterfly is a scent scale patch. This is a marker to identify it as a male.

gatorfellows Greater Roadrunner
Greater Roadrunner commented on by gatorfellows Texas, USA4 years ago

It is a fun bird with lots of personality to have around. Thanks Maria and James :)

gatorfellows Northern Cardinal (male)
Northern Cardinal (male) commented on by gatorfellows Texas, USA4 years ago

Thanks :)

gatorfellows Nest
Nest commented on by gatorfellows Texas, USA4 years ago

Thanks It was a great spotting day. Not much out in the cold here, but warmer days are coming soon. :)

gatorfellows Greater Roadrunner
Greater Roadrunner commented on by gatorfellows Texas, USA4 years ago

Thanks Ava and Marta. They are fun to watch chase the grasshoppers around the shrubs and grass.

gatorfellows Nest
Nest commented on by gatorfellows Texas, USA4 years ago

Thanks Joshua, They will be back in a few weeks :)

gatorfellows Red-bellied Woodpecker (female)
Red-bellied Woodpecker (female) commented on by gatorfellows Texas, USA4 years ago

Yes :) going to have to check that new nest in the snag. Maybe get a lucky baby shot

gatorfellows Eastern Screech Owl
Eastern Screech Owl commented on by gatorfellows Florida, USA4 years ago

Hope it gets better thanks to your care :)

gatorfellows Lesser Scaup (male) and Canvasback Duck (female)
Lesser Scaup (male) and Canvasback Duck (female) commented on by gatorfellows Titusville, Florida, USA4 years ago

Here is a possibility: In settings on your account you can export your data to a CSV file. A CSV file is similar to and Excel spread sheet, so in theory it should have a listing of all photo ID links. A estimated total of 20-25K is one big spread sheet. I never had the courage to try this :)