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sreischel61 American Pine Marten
American Pine Marten commented on by sreischel61 Minnesota, USA4 years ago

This marten was in an area called the Sax Zim Bog. I don't think it's technically a bog but it is an area filled with spruce and tamarack trees. There is a lot of wildlife in this habitat. The specific place where this was taken had some makeshift bird feeders set up and there was some seed and suet on the ground. I suspect the marten was coming there to eat some of the suet that had fallen on the ground. At the time I was photographing this individual, there was another one just a few meters away that others were photographing.

sreischel61 Banded Tussock Moth caterpillar
Banded Tussock Moth caterpillar commented on by sreischel61 Evansville, Wisconsin, USA5 years ago

Thank you, Spenser. I looked up some Tussock Moth caterpillars and I am thinking perhaps it's a Banded Tussock Moth (Halysidota tessellaris).

sreischel61 Great Gray Owl
Great Gray Owl commented on by sreischel61 Mauston, Wisconsin, USA8 years ago

Thank you. It's perhaps my favorite bird. They can be hard to find but this one was easy.

sreischel61 Andean Tinamou
Andean Tinamou commented on by sreischel61 Lat: -11.36 Lon: -77.3710 years ago

Actually, no. I wasn't in a blind. But it was terribly foggy and the bird ran right in front of me and up a small embankment before disappearing.

sreischel61 Red-winged Blackbird
Red-winged Blackbird commented on by sreischel61 Wisconsin, USA10 years ago

Thanks, Alice.

Helena, that is a pretty good description.

sreischel61 Great Egret
Great Egret commented on by sreischel61 Wisconsin, USA10 years ago

Thank you, Alice.

sreischel61 Llama
Llama commented on by sreischel61 Azuay, Ecuador10 years ago

I added the scientific name to the posting.

sreischel61 Squirrel Monkey
Squirrel Monkey commented on by sreischel61 Orellana, Ecuador11 years ago

Thank you, Kenny. I added the species name.

sreischel61 Rusty Metalmark
Rusty Metalmark commented on by sreischel61 Ecuador11 years ago

Thank you, 1Sarah2. I updated the posting to show the species ID.

sreischel61 Llama
Llama commented on by sreischel61 Azuay, Ecuador11 years ago

Thank you. It was a truly beautiful place.

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