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annkatrinrose

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Marzo 12, 2020

Descripción

Ringing in the spring wildflower season in Oconee County, SC. It's early season yet for them, hundreds of flowers already but thousands of buds still waiting to open and no spent flowers yet. Next week should be peak bloom time, I'm guessing.

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Col Fétida Symplocarpus foetidus

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annkatrinrose

Fecha

Febrero 21, 2020

Descripción

Went out after one of the recent snow events to see if I could catch the skunk cabbage in the snow.

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Jilguerito Canario Spinus tristis

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annkatrinrose

Fecha

Marzo 8, 2020

Descripción

Goldfinches at the feeder. There was a whole group of them but I didn't get a head-count. They are just too fast flying in and out.

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Gorrión Europeo Passer domesticus

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annkatrinrose

Fecha

Marzo 8, 2020

Descripción

Pair of house sparrows at the feeder. This observation is for the female (bottom right).

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Gorrión Europeo Passer domesticus

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annkatrinrose

Fecha

Marzo 8, 2020

Descripción

Pair of house sparrows at the feeder. This observation is for the male.

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Cardenal Rojo Cardinalis cardinalis

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annkatrinrose

Fecha

Marzo 8, 2020

Descripción

Mr. Cardinal at the feeder. I saw Mrs. Cardinal as well, but she was a bit more camera-shy and I didn't get a picture of her. They are year-round residents in the yard.

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Mirlo Primavera Turdus migratorius

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annkatrinrose

Fecha

Marzo 8, 2020

Descripción

First robin I've photographed this year. They've probably been around a bit longer but this is the first one I've been home to observe.

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Gorrión Cantor Melospiza melodia

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annkatrinrose

Fecha

Marzo 7, 2020

Descripción

There are several song sparrows among the birds in my yard. They seem to be at home here year-round.

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Huilota Común Zenaida macroura

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annkatrinrose

Fecha

Marzo 7, 2020

Descripción

There were a good number of mourning doves among the birds visiting my feeder. I counted at least five of them at one point.

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Estornino Pinto Europeo Sturnus vulgaris

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annkatrinrose

Fecha

Marzo 7, 2020

Descripción

There's at least one starling among the birds visiting my feeder. Curiously, this one seemed to be all on its own among the other birds - they usually come along in larger groups of starlings.

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Pinzón Mexicano Haemorhous mexicanus

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annkatrinrose

Fecha

Marzo 7, 2020

Descripción

The flock of birds frequenting my feeder includes at least one pair of house finches. This observation is for the female.

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Pinzón Mexicano Haemorhous mexicanus

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annkatrinrose

Fecha

Marzo 7, 2020

Descripción

The flock of birds frequenting my feeder includes at least one pair of house finches. This observation is for the male.

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Tordo Sargento Agelaius phoeniceus

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annkatrinrose

Fecha

Marzo 7, 2020

Descripción

First red-winged blackbird that I've seen this year. Actually, I heard him before I saw him. They come through this area on their spring migration. So far it seems like a lone male scouring the neighborhood for food with a mixed flock of birds. They may have been around the yard for a while but this weekend was just the first time I was home enough to observe them.

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annkatrinrose

Fecha

Mayo 9, 2010

Descripción

Haircap moss along the Blue Ridge Parkway.

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Abeto Oriental Tsuga canadensis

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annkatrinrose

Fecha

Mayo 9, 2010

Descripción

Hemlock sapling with fresh May green along the Blue Ridge Parkway.

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Observ.

annkatrinrose

Fecha

Mayo 7, 2010

Descripción

Wasp (I assume a queen looking for a place to nest at this time of year) rescued from a window inside the house before the cats got in trouble playing with her. Based on the size of the glass used to catch her, I estimate she was about 2 cm long.

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Pino Blanco Americano Pinus strobus

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annkatrinrose

Fecha

Marzo 30, 2010

Descripción

This precariously leaning old tree has since been toppled in another storm and is not standing any more.

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Mohos Mucilaginosos Y Parientes Filo Mycetozoa

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annkatrinrose

Fecha

Marzo 13, 2010

Descripción

Weird stuff growing on a petri dish. This was a forgotten zone-of-inhibition experiment with garlic pieces placed on bacterial medium to show that garlic has antibiotic properties. While it worked against the bacteria, the garlic apparently brought in some mold spores. A few weeks later, this is what it looked like. Could it be a slime mold maybe?

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Orquídeas Mariposa Género Phalaenopsis

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annkatrinrose

Fecha

Octubre 31, 2009

Descripción

Phalaenopsis orchid hybrid I-Hsin "Dalmatian" (Ever-spring King x I-Hsin Hatsuyuki) - one of two orchids I tried to keep at home but unfortunately they did not survive becoming cat toys and being dragged around while I was at work. I briefly considered building a protective cage for the plants but decided it would be easier to just grow cat grass at home and go enjoy orchids elsewhere.

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Orquídeas Mariposa Género Phalaenopsis

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annkatrinrose

Fecha

Abril 9, 2010

Descripción

One of two Phalaenopsis orchids I tried to keep at home. I managed to pull this one through several blooming seasons but eventually the kitties killed it as well. The cat face in the picture belongs to the main culprit - he's very plant-focused. Fortunately, orchids are not poisonous and therefore "cat safe" but they make for a very expensive cat grass alternative, so I've gone back to growing wheat grass on the window sill.

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Orquídeas Mariposa Género Phalaenopsis

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annkatrinrose

Fecha

Marzo 29, 2014

Descripción

Pictures from the 2014 Western North Carolina Orchid Society Annual Show at the NC Arboretum. I'm pretty sure this one is a Phalaenopsis hybrid. There were some species orchids as well as novelty hybrids and they were all beautiful. If you are interested, the Asheville Orchid Festival is an annual event, typically running around end of March or beginning of April.

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Observ.

annkatrinrose

Fecha

Marzo 29, 2014

Descripción

Pictures from the 2014 Western North Carolina Orchid Society Annual Show at the NC Arboretum. Unfortunately I wasn't smart enough to take note of the plant labels so I don't know the names of these beauties. There were some species orchids as well as novelty hybrids and they were all beautiful. If you are interested, the Asheville Orchid Festival is an annual event, typically running around end of March or beginning of April.

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Observ.

annkatrinrose

Fecha

Marzo 29, 2014

Descripción

Pictures from the 2014 Western North Carolina Orchid Society Annual Show at the NC Arboretum. This is one of two where I had the presence of mind to take a picture of the name tag so I know the species. It was very fragrant. There were some species orchids as well as novelty hybrids and they were all beautiful. If you are interested, the Asheville Orchid Festival is an annual event, typically running around end of March or beginning of April.

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Orquídeas Monjas Género Lycaste

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annkatrinrose

Fecha

Marzo 29, 2014

Descripción

Pictures from the 2014 Western North Carolina Orchid Society Annual Show at the NC Arboretum. Unfortunately I wasn't smart enough to take note of the plant labels so I don't know the names of these beauties. There were some species orchids as well as novelty hybrids and they were all beautiful. If you are interested, the Asheville Orchid Festival is an annual event, typically running around end of March or beginning of April.

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Doce Apóstoles Phaius tankervilleae

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annkatrinrose

Fecha

Marzo 29, 2014

Descripción

Pictures from the 2014 Western North Carolina Orchid Society Annual Show at the NC Arboretum. Unfortunately I wasn't smart enough to take note of the plant labels so I don't know the names of these beauties. There were some species orchids as well as novelty hybrids and they were all beautiful. If you are interested, the Asheville Orchid Festival is an annual event, typically running around end of March or beginning of April.

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Observ.

annkatrinrose

Fecha

Marzo 29, 2014

Descripción

Pictures from the 2014 Western North Carolina Orchid Society Annual Show at the NC Arboretum. I'm pretty sure this is some kind of Cattleya. There were some species orchids as well as novelty hybrids and they were all beautiful. If you are interested, the Asheville Orchid Festival is an annual event, typically running around end of March or beginning of April.

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Orquídeas Familia Orchidaceae

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annkatrinrose

Fecha

Marzo 29, 2014

Descripción

Pictures from the 2014 Western North Carolina Orchid Society Annual Show at the NC Arboretum. Unfortunately I wasn't smart enough to take note of the plant labels so I don't know the names of these beauties. This flower was tiny. There were some species orchids as well as novelty hybrids and they were all beautiful. If you are interested, the Asheville Orchid Festival is an annual event, typically running around end of March or beginning of April.

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Observ.

annkatrinrose

Fecha

Marzo 29, 2014

Descripción

Pictures from the 2014 Western North Carolina Orchid Society Annual Show at the NC Arboretum. Unfortunately I wasn't smart enough to take note of the plant labels so I don't know the names of these beauties. There were some species orchids as well as novelty hybrids and they were all beautiful. If you are interested, the Asheville Orchid Festival is an annual event, typically running around end of March or beginning of April.

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Dama de Noche Brassavola nodosa

Observ.

annkatrinrose

Fecha

Marzo 29, 2014

Descripción

Pictures from the 2014 Western North Carolina Orchid Society Annual Show at the NC Arboretum. This is one of two where I had the presence of mind to take a picture of the name tag, so I know the species. There were some species orchids as well as novelty hybrids and they were all beautiful. If you are interested, the Asheville Orchid Festival is an annual event, typically running around end of March or beginning of April.

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Observ.

annkatrinrose

Fecha

Marzo 29, 2014

Descripción

Pictures from the 2014 Western North Carolina Orchid Society Annual Show at the NC Arboretum. Unfortunately I wasn't smart enough to take note of the plant labels so I don't know the names of these beauties. There were some species orchids as well as novelty hybrids and they were all beautiful. If you are interested, the Asheville Orchid Festival is an annual event, typically running around end of March or beginning of April.

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