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onekoolkid0

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Mayo 23, 2020

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I don’t know why my new phone does not populate location but this specimen of a caterpillar came from a hike on Pioneer Peak in the Palmer area. It was taken at 12:53PM. I am confident that this is what it is. The butterflies of this species were everywhere and the color scheme indicated to me with the burnt orange color that it would be the Milbert’s a Tortoiseshell. Anyway, I’ll work on pre populating date and location. Sorry for any inconvenience.

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Catarina Asiática Harmonia axyridis

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onekoolkid0

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Mayo 17, 2020 02:49 PM AKDT

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As you can see it remained in that position the whole time. I was going an average of 13 miles/hr. Impressive it stayed. But glad it did as I found this to be a unique observation.

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onekoolkid0

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Mayo 17, 2020 02:50 PM AKDT

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This was really fun observation for me. I was riding my bike on the Coastal Trail and saw this ladybug on my shoulder. Wasn’t at a good place to stop so it enjoyed fast travels for 2 miles. Eventually I stopped in the nice sunshine. That’s when I grabbed it and then it posed on my thumbnail. Good enough to ID.

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Golondrina Bicolor Tachycineta bicolor

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onekoolkid0

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Mayo 16, 2020 12:23 PM AKDT

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This local marsh is wonderful for the swallow action. Over the years they have become quite acclimated by the human visitors. Took several shots of a few specimen but this was my best shot and it shows the metallic beautiful greed. The swallow do a very good job managing the pesky mosquito and fly population in check:)

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Grulla Gris Antigone canadensis

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onekoolkid0

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Mayo 16, 2020 09:50 AM AKDT

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Was a beautiful day here in Anchorage and I took full advantage by spending several hours outside exploring the local hot spots for birds. Though I saw several butterflies but could not get close enough for pics. Here is another Sandhill Crane observation and I think a nicer photo than my other ones. I even got to see it grab a more, extend it’s neck and swallow...haha!

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Ratón Casero Eurasiático Mus musculus

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onekoolkid0

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Abril 30, 2020 07:46 AM AKDT

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So, I saw this little rodent come out of a hole on the grounds of the complex next to mine. Quite skittish and rightfully so. Anyway I wanted to get a pic of it. It took several minutes as the 2 Chickadees caught it off guard. It’s another mammal and they aren’t as frequent as birds. It looked exactly like the photo shown on the pull down menu of options.

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Carbonero de Capucha Negra Poecile atricapillus

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onekoolkid0

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Abril 30, 2020 07:46 AM AKDT

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Such a small bird and really close and mostly cooperative I took this shot. Basically right where I live. It was with a 2nd one but that left a couple of minutes earlier. Anyway, it is worthy to input on iNaturalist.

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Alce Alces alces

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onekoolkid0

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Abril 27, 2020 11:07 AM AKDT

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Here is that same individual casually going to her next destination. She was not the least bit concerned about being in the heart of the city. She appeared healthy and pretty she was pregnant. It’s real close to that time of year for moose to give birth.

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Alce Alces alces

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onekoolkid0

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Abril 27, 2020 11:07 AM AKDT

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One of the beautiful thing about living here in Anchorage is the regularity of seeing mega fauna in the town proper. This is not the greatest picture but it demonstrates the moose eating grass. Right across the street from where I live.

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Urraca de Hudson Pica hudsonia

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onekoolkid0

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Abril 18, 2020 11:16 AM AKDT

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During my walk and enjoying the natural world I came across this very cooperative Magpie and could not resist taking the shot as it is a drastic improvement from my previous posting of this bird.

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Magnolia Magnolia grandiflora

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onekoolkid0

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Febrero 17, 2020 04:59 PM AKST

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You know, I am not sure I should post forms I know very little about. Suggestions on that? Anyway, I like the glossy look of the leaves on Magnolia trees as it reminds me of rain forest plants. This was a large tree but chose only to take leaf shots up close in hopes that it would aid in ID at the species level.

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Pinos, Ocotes Y Piñones Género Pinus

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onekoolkid0

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Febrero 17, 2020 03:04 PM AKST

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Another conifer tree for my observation list. Certainly a pine of some sort. Past that I am ignorant.

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onekoolkid0

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Febrero 17, 2020 10:53 AM AKST

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Well, I’m hoping that someone could help with ID of this individual. The pic is quite clear and can narrow it down to moths based on the antennas not having the bulbs at the end. Anyway, the color is somewhat dull but I think it is a nice looking life form. The contrast of black and whit with a line pattern and an edge of beauty to it.

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Garza Morena Ardea herodias

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onekoolkid0

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Febrero 16, 2020 06:00 PM AKST

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Here is a sweet shot of this species doing its thing in Hagerman National Wildlife Refuge.

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Cochinilla Mediterránea Armadillidium vulgare

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onekoolkid0

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Febrero 16, 2020 01:49 PM AKST

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Seeing these guys always brings me back to my childhood. I used to play with them. Was always so intrigued how they would roll themselves up in a circle. Looking back it probably was not a good thing but curiosity is strong with younglings. Anyway, I have yet to see one in Anchorage.

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Cardenche Cylindropuntia imbricata

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onekoolkid0

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Febrero 11, 2020 11:32 AM AKST

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I just really like this photo. Being in the desert which usually coincides with hot temps, I thought to add some contrast a specimen of this cactus with snow covering was a good exercise in contrast. It also displayed with the yellow fruit attached like a previous observation.

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Cardenche Cylindropuntia imbricata

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onekoolkid0

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Febrero 9, 2020 09:48 AM AKST

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Her is the same plant species that I posted earlier. Though this one seems like it still has the fruit (yellow part) still attached. Very pretty mind you and that is why I took the shot.

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Pinos, Ocotes Y Piñones Género Pinus

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onekoolkid0

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Febrero 10, 2020 04:51 PM AKST

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This is that same tree but a picture of the trunk to show the bark. This is an attempt to side in getting the individual down to species level. Though, I know plants are difficult. Hope it helps. I know I should have gotten pictures of a cone but I don’t recall seeing any.

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Pinos, Ocotes Y Piñones Género Pinus

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onekoolkid0

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Febrero 10, 2020 04:51 PM AKST

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In an attempt to add more variety to my expanding observation list I took this shot of a pine tree in Albuquerque, NM. My knowledge of trees only goes so far so help is always needed.

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Codorniz de Gambel Callipepla gambelii

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onekoolkid0

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Febrero 9, 2020 10:02 AM AKST

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Considering the habitat and the game bird behavior of ground loving you can see it is a qual. To further narrow it down you can see the question mark extension from the forehead. Though the lighting wasn’t good, through my binoculars I witnessed the rufous cap and the lightning strike like lines bolting through the brick colored wings. Watching them was a pleasure though quite skittish understandably so.

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Berrendo Antilocapra americana

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onekoolkid0

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Febrero 9, 2020 12:25 PM AKST

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Searching my photos I discovered a few with Pronghorns in them. They are not great but hopefully with 2 pics showing them at different angles you can confirm this. What is obvious though is the 2 tone of the whit belly and the somewhat orange-ish/kaki back.

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Berrendo Antilocapra americana

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onekoolkid0

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Febrero 9, 2020 12:24 PM AKST

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Searching my photos I discovered a few with Pronghorns in them. They are not great but hopefully with 2 pics showing them at different angles you can confirm this. What is obvious though is the 2 tone of the whit belly and the somewhat orange-ish/kaki back. This photo also shows the white tail area.

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Pecarí de Collar Pecari tajacu

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onekoolkid0

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Febrero 9, 2020 08:03 AM AKST

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The final mammal I have is the Javelina. Quite common yet fairly skittish. We saw them frequently and always in groups. They walk around with their nose down always searching for food.

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Grulla Gris Antigone canadensis

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onekoolkid0

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Febrero 9, 2020 07:06 AM AKST

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Here in this photo I have both the Snow Geese and Sandhill Cranes but the emphasis of this were the Cranes in the foreground. I don’t know if you all can do it but all my photos are live so if you press on the screen you can see motion for several seconds. Pretty cool if you ask me. It would add another dimension to use for confirmation if you can.

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Garza Morena Ardea herodias

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onekoolkid0

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Febrero 7, 2020 05:35 PM AKST

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Another favorite bird of mine. The way they stand so statuesque for long periods of time demonstrates a deep understanding of patience. I’m a patient person but I could not do that. We say the same group every day of 4 at the same H2O spot. Must be a pretty good place to fish:).

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Grulla Gris Antigone canadensis

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onekoolkid0

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Febrero 8, 2020 07:00 AM AKST

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In this example, the large dark and tall birds in the middle of the pond are Sandhill Cranes. Was the most concentrated group of them we saw as we visited kinda late in the season. Impressive nonetheless.

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Correcaminos Norteño Geococcyx californianus

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onekoolkid0

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Febrero 8, 2020 11:25 AM AKST

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For whatever reasons, this bird fascinates me. Part of that is because it is in the cuckoo family yet is ground loving. A skilled hunter as well. But it is legendary because of the cartoon based on this species. It can run fast as well. I like this pic best as the crest is exposed and fairly clear. Also quite common as they were seen very regularly.

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Ganso Blanco Anser caerulescens

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onekoolkid0

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Febrero 8, 2020 07:04 AM AKST

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Here is a shot of hundreds of Snow Geese having just taken off. What a sight that was!

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Venado Bura Odocoileus hemionus

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onekoolkid0

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Febrero 7, 2020 05:01 PM AKST

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One of the common mammals seen at the refuge. The was the best shot I could get but I think good enough for ID. We saw them almost daily in low numbers but never tired seeing them. Plus for Alaskans during winter the variety was nice.

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Capulinero Negro Phainopepla nitens

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onekoolkid0

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Febrero 4, 2020 09:58 AM AKST

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This was an exciting find for me. Even though this species is quite common in the desert. Very pretty with the silky black color and gaudy crest.

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