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isabeljflores

isabeljflores

International Studies Major at the University of Iowa. I love nature, enjoy gardening and love to travel. "Eat well, travel often"

Chicago, Illinois, USALat: 41.88, Long: -87.63

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isabeljflores Unknown spotting
Unknown spotting commented on by isabeljflores Chattanooga, Tennessee, USA4 years ago

Woah! awesome!

isabeljflores Seven-spotted Lady Beetle
Seven-spotted Lady Beetle commented on by isabeljflores Iowa City, Iowa, USA4 years ago

Thank you @ForestDragon for clarifying! I knew I was missing something!

isabeljflores Eastern Redbud
Eastern Redbud commented on by isabeljflores Iowa City, Iowa, USA5 years ago

Thanks haha! And boo cyclones :)

isabeljflores Picasso Bug
Picasso Bug commented on by isabeljflores Mbabane, Sifundza seHhohho, Swaziland5 years ago

what an amazing spot!

isabeljflores Zygaena carniolica
Zygaena carniolica commented on by isabeljflores Sueca, Comunidad Valenciana, Spain5 years ago

so dope!

isabeljflores Unknown spotting
Unknown spotting commented on by isabeljflores Heredia, Costa Rica5 years ago

I added more photos from my collection

isabeljflores Montezuma Oropendola
Montezuma Oropendola commented on by isabeljflores Heredia, Costa Rica5 years ago

Yes agreed!

isabeljflores Moss Rose
Moss Rose commented on by isabeljflores Bohol, Philippines5 years ago

Definitely agree it is a moss rose!

isabeljflores Montezuma Oropendola
Montezuma Oropendola commented on by isabeljflores Heredia, Costa Rica5 years ago

Also I reviewed my album and found more photos. Unfortunately they are slightly blurry, but I agree with your suggestion!

isabeljflores Montezuma Oropendola
Montezuma Oropendola commented on by isabeljflores Heredia, Costa Rica5 years ago

Perhaps it was juvenile because it was a relatively small bird. I agree that your suggestion makes most sense. I recall our guide saying it had a distinctive call and the Montezuma Oropendola sounds like what she described. Thanks for the id! http://sounds.bl.uk/Environment/Listen-t...