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Ardillón de California (Otospermophilus beecheyi)

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lhiggins

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Mayo 1, 2021 02:29 PM PDT

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Tortuga Verde (Chelonia mydas)

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wsweet321

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Mayo 2021

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Tritón de California (Taricha torosa)

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rgorcik

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Mayo 1, 2021 04:01 PM PDT

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Izote (Yucca brevifolia)

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diego4nature

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Enero 16, 2021 06:26 PM PST

Descripción

The yuccas were tall and heavily branched, had thick, brown trunks, and fibrous, dense leaves of a succulent. When I came across this individual around the ending of sunset, it formed a silhouette against the gorgeous, waning colors of the cool desert sky. This pristine beauty reminded me of the sheer wonder the Mojave Desert embraces! This was one of several Joshua Trees in the Creosote Bush Scrub plain.

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Tortuga de Poza Occidental (Actinemys marmorata)

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sscrivy

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Marzo 2021

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Colibrí Cabeza Violeta (Calypte costae)

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belinda

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Mayo 2009

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Lobina Negra (Micropterus salmoides)

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naturephotosuze

Fecha

Marzo 7, 2021 02:56 PM PST

Descripción

San Gabriel Dam area
Making two observations--this one for the eagle---hope to get an ID on the fish

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Águila Cabeza Blanca (Haliaeetus leucocephalus)

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naturephotosuze

Fecha

Marzo 7, 2021 02:56 PM PST

Descripción

San Gabriel Dam area
Making two observations--this one for the eagle---hope to get an ID on the fish

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Lince Americano (Lynx rufus)

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susan_proffitt

Fecha

Septiembre 23, 2020 01:57 PM UTC

Descripción

On a trail in upper Franklin Canyon mid-day, very hot and still, I was walking slowly and quietly when we saw each other.

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Matraca del Desierto (Campylorhynchus brunneicapillus)

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benewing

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Febrero 20, 2021 03:31 PM EST

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chrisjensen1

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Febrero 2021

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Coyote (Canis latrans)

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tothemax

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Febrero 7, 2021 08:36 AM PST

Descripción

two individuals hanging out in the grassland

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Zorrillo Listado Norteño (Mephitis mephitis)

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nathanfrench

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Enero 22, 2021 11:34 AM PST

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Vaquita Marina (Phocoena sinus)

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sergiomtz

Lugar

Falta la ubicación

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Búho Cara Canela (Asio otus)

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nathanfrench

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Enero 2021

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Cisne de Tundra (Cygnus columbianus)

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taco_night

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Diciembre 19, 2020 10:32 AM PST

Descripción

This one took us by surprise, and I wasnt able to get clear photos of it. eBird doesn't list any sitings of Tundra Swan in this area, but that was what our best guess was.

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Aguililla Cola Roja (Buteo jamaicensis)

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bugornot

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Agosto 1, 2014 12:46 PM PDT

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Lagartija Lagarto Meridional (Elgaria multicarinata)

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marlene_rose

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Mayo 25, 2020 03:12 PM PDT

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Mariposa Monarca (Danaus plexippus)

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margotmcfadden

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Diciembre 16, 2020 06:44 PM UTC

Descripción

A beautiful arrival today.

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Codorniz Californiana (Callipepla californica)

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soilsflutterby

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Diciembre 16, 2020 03:06 PM PST

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Garza Blanca (Ardea alba)

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taco_night

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Diciembre 16, 2020 09:14 AM PST

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Colibrí Cabeza Roja (Calypte anna)

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uzun

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Octubre 18, 2020 09:54 AM PDT

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Cuicacoche Californiano (Toxostoma redivivum)

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uzun

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Octubre 18, 2020 09:07 AM PDT

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Pinzón Mexicano (Haemorhous mexicanus)

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uzun

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Octubre 18, 2020 10:43 AM PDT

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Bejori de Cerca Occidental (Sceloporus occidentalis)

Observ.

diego4nature

Fecha

Julio 31, 2020 11:39 AM PDT

Descripción

The lizard was very brown and had many geometric patterns, with the glittering blue underneath the head. This male achieved his daily exercise of power over his territory by doing push-ups on the rock. Once the lizard paused, I zoomed in on this reptile of fascinating detail. This moment was captivating; never before had I seen these sophisticated details in a critter one would regularly see darting around walls or gardens casually! These lizards were commonly spotted sun-bathing in the Lower Montane Forest.

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andrewthompson3

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Septiembre 13, 2019 12:20 PM PDT

Descripción

Observed as it had recently captured a Jerusalem cricket

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Rana Patas Rojas de California (Rana draytonii)

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direbecca

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Mayo 2018

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Lagartija Lagarto Meridional (Elgaria multicarinata)

Observ.

diego4nature

Fecha

Julio 7, 2019 12:27 PM PDT

Descripción

The snake-like lizard was in some sort of dormancy, moving slowly with occasional flickers of the eyes. Its body was slender, the head appeared diamond-shaped, and the patterns of black stripes were seen on the brown/orange-colored back. It made a stunning impression on the rest of the family, showcasing the wild side of our Cultivated landscapes in Diamond Bar!

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guyincognito

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Julio 3, 2020 07:13 AM PDT

Descripción

Chat x oriole. At different location than his usual territory, but I believe it is the same bird and not another.

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guyincognito

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Julio 3, 2020 08:26 AM PDT

Descripción

Chat x Oriole at the usual location

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Rana de Coro de Baja California (Pseudacris hypochondriaca)

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juliabohemian

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Julio 6, 2020 09:02 PM PDT

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Perlita Californiana (Polioptila californica)

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patpatasaur

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Junio 24, 2020 01:08 PM EDT

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steve818

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Mayo 1, 2020 12:44 PM AEST

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Quilico (Falco sparverius)

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jonathan27

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Abril 25, 2020

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Chipe Corona Negra (Cardellina pusilla)

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diego4nature

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Abril 26, 2020 08:22 AM PDT

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Papamoscas Negro (Sayornis nigricans)

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diego4nature

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Abril 25, 2020 09:37 AM PDT

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Huilota Común (Zenaida macroura)

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lgriego

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Abril 27, 2020 06:47 PM PDT

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Chara Californiana (Aphelocoma californica)

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peggywu

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Abril 24, 2020 10:45 AM PDT

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Paloma Doméstica (Columba livia var. domestica)

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bradrumble

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Abril 24, 2020 03:59 PM PDT

Descripción

Carcass. Red-tailed and Cooper’s Hawks frequent this area.

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Ardillas de Árbol (Género Sciurus)

Observ.

diego4nature

Fecha

Marzo 28, 2020 12:13 PM PDT

Descripción

The small mammal was found in quite an unliving condition! By all means it was dead, with some grayish-brown fur being retained, along with the bones. Seen here are the vertebrae, skull, and predator-like canine teeth. The size and tooth anatomy of this critter didn't seem akin to any local rodents. This specimen was found under a Cultivated pine along Diamond Bar Blvd.

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Lagartija Lagarto Meridional (Elgaria multicarinata)

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diego4nature

Fecha

Marzo 28, 2020 11:55 AM PDT

Descripción

This lizard was either dead, or this was an extensive piece of its shedded skin. Its body was slender, the head appeared diamond-shaped, and the patterns of black stripes were seen on the faded, brown-colored back. These remains appeared to be fresh, not highly disturbed, and were found under a Cultivated pine along Golden Springs Dr.

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Gaviota Pico Anillado (Larus delawarensis)

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diego4nature

Fecha

Diciembre 22, 2018 02:43 PM PST

Descripción

This adult gull still had remnants of the juvenile's plumage, otherwise it matured. The wings were light gray, the feet and bill were light pink. The end of the wings and the tip of the beak were black. It lived along the extensive, sandy Beach.

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Zorzal Cola Canela (Catharus guttatus)

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diego4nature

Fecha

Diciembre 27, 2018 05:02 PM PST

Descripción

The small passerine bird was a reserved, secretive little one. It blended in well with the undergrowth, due to its rusty brown and gray plumage. The reddish-brown tail also wagged as it hopped through the branches. This one lived in the Riparian Forest.

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Gallareta Americana (Fulica americana)

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diego4nature

Fecha

Diciembre 27, 2018 04:42 PM PST

Descripción

The waterfowl was small and compact. The head was black, the round body was dark gray, and the beak was white. It dove in and out of the water of the Freshwater Lake, which reflected the beautiful colors of autumn.

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Chipe Rabadilla Amarilla (Setophaga coronata)

Observ.

diego4nature

Fecha

Febrero 17, 2019 12:13 PM PST

Descripción

The passerine bird had a light gray body, with a gray and bright yellow belly/neck. It's bright colors penetrated through the shrubbery as it took flight across the Freshwater Lake.

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Colibrí Cabeza Roja (Calypte anna)

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diego4nature

Fecha

Marzo 10, 2019 11:44 AM PDT

Descripción

The humminbird's head when reflected in the sun gave a tiny magenta glow. The body was light brown-gray and light green. It also had a tiny sword-like bill. It perched on the low-growing, dense shrubs of the Sand Dune scrub.

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Tordo Ojos Amarillos (Euphagus cyanocephalus)

Observ.

diego4nature

Fecha

Marzo 10, 2019 11:56 AM PDT

Descripción

The passerine bird was black and brown, with bead-like black eyes. The feathers were glossy and nearly pitch black with brown. These were feeding off of bread crumbs on the steps nearby the massive swath of Cultivated lawn.

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Gaviota Occidental (Larus occidentalis)

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diego4nature

Fecha

Abril 12, 2019 05:31 PM PDT

Descripción

The gull's beak was mostly yellow, with a little red, and the feet were light pink. The body was white, with dark gray wings. It was walking in the surf zone of the massive sandy Beach on the Balboa Peninsula.

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Halcón Peregrino (Falco peregrinus)

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diego4nature

Fecha

Julio 26, 2019 03:24 PM PDT

Descripción

The peregrine was a slim raptor, making a very harsh cry heard from hundreds of feet away. The head was black, with the white patch, and the feet & bill were yellow. The wings were dark gray and the belly was tawny-white. It flew out of the date palm, then it flew in circles with another individual around the lighthouse as they both flew inland across the Coastal Sage Scrub.

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Chara Azul (Cyanocitta cristata)

Observ.

diego4nature

Fecha

Junio 14, 2019 12:16 PM PDT

Descripción

The passerine bird was swift as it swooped into the small tree. The flashes of blue and white feathers and seen from afar, and they were seen even clearer as I got up close. This was a

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Maullador Gris (Dumetella carolinensis)

Observ.

diego4nature

Fecha

Junio 9, 2019 12:33 PM PDT

Descripción

The small passerine bird was mostly light gray in color, it also had a black cap. The underside of the tail was also clay-red. It was taking a bath in the small steam winding through the Eastern Temperate Forest.

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Mirlo Primavera (Turdus migratorius)

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diego4nature

Fecha

Junio 13, 2019 03:55 PM PDT

Descripción

Wrestling with the slimy worms was quite a feat for this unstoppable robin! The bird had the easily recognizable black head, red belly, and gray wings. It was foraging in the moist, Cultivated lawns of the National Mall.

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Chipe de Townsend (Setophaga townsendi)

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diego4nature

Fecha

Diciembre 29, 2019 02:57 PM PST

Descripción

The small passerine bird was maneuvering up and around the cypress trunks as if it were a creeper or woodpecker. The head had distinct yellow and black coloration, the rest of the plumage was olive-green, gray, and black/white. It was an infrequently spotted member of the disturbed, cypress-dominated Closed-Cone Pine Forest.

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Pato Norteño (Anas platyrhynchos)

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diego4nature

Fecha

Junio 14, 2019 10:00 AM PDT

Descripción

The female mallard had brown, molted plumage with the patches of bright blue on the wings. Along its side was a youngster, a fluffy, bronze yellow/brown duckling! It was the cutest! Both were calm swimmers in the still waters of the Cultivated, manufactured Reflection Pool.

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Zopilote Aura (Cathartes aura)

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diego4nature

Fecha

Diciembre 29, 2019 12:00 PM PST

Descripción

The majestic, wide-spanning bird was a very large raptor, with black wings. The underside was gray and black. The head was bald and dark magenta. Several individuals including this one soared in ovular formations above the coastal headlands and nearby Sand Dunes.

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Tordo Ojos Amarillos (Euphagus cyanocephalus)

Observ.

diego4nature

Fecha

Diciembre 28, 2019 01:28 PM PST

Descripción

The passerine bird was completely black, with deep yellow eyes. The feathers were glossy and had a light purple/blue simmer to them. These were extremely common around the facilities of Crissy Field, dwelling on the Culitvated lawn and the food it provided via leftover lunches.

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Gaviota Occidental (Larus occidentalis)

Observ.

diego4nature

Fecha

Diciembre 28, 2019 02:00 PM PST

Descripción

The gull's beak was mostly yellow, with a little red, and the feet were light pink. The body was white, with dark gray wings. Numerous gulls perched along the concrete wall built on top of the Rocky Shore coastline.

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Ganso Canadiense Mayor (Branta canadensis)

Observ.

diego4nature

Fecha

Diciembre 29, 2019 01:06 PM PST

Descripción

The goose was a large waterfowl, with a thick brown body, and a compact, black neck. The head was mostly black, but it also had the two white oval patches. Up close, these geese were rarely intimidated by humans, especially this individual here who I got relatively close to. These lived in the Freshwater Lake ecosystems.

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Rascador Californiano (Melozone crissalis)

Observ.

diego4nature

Fecha

Diciembre 22, 2019 03:59 PM PST

Descripción

The passerine bird was small, brown, and had orange-red blotches under its long tail. It perched on the bare shrub and didn't move an inch in the cool weather. It lived in the Cultivated landscape.

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Gorrión Cantor (Melospiza melodia)

Observ.

diego4nature

Fecha

Diciembre 28, 2019 04:46 PM PST

Descripción

The sparrow was boldly marked, with a reddish-gray back, light belly, and a gray/black streaked head. This male was not vocal compared to the other neighboring birds, and it was one of dozens of sparrows cooped in the bare, deciduous shrubbery of the fragmented Coast Live Oak Woodland.

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Gorrión Cantor (Melospiza melodia)

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diego4nature

Fecha

Marzo 10, 2019 11:22 AM PDT

Descripción

The sparrow was heavily marked with all sorts of blotches of color, with a reddish-gray back, light belly, gray and black streaked head, and an overall grayish coating of plumage throughout the body. It hopped in the coffeeberry shrubs and roamed in the understory of the Coastal Redwood Forest.

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Beluga (Delphinapterus leucas)

Observ.

bobmcd

Fecha

Agosto 22, 2014

Descripción

Belugas mating in the St. Lawrence Seaway

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Huico Tigre del Noroeste (Aspidoscelis tigris)

Observ.

diego4nature

Fecha

Abril 3, 2018 01:04 PM PDT

Descripción

The lizard was unique, it had a relatively long tail compared to its body. The tail was light orange, and had brown blotches. The body was very light, and had many black stripes. It crawled out in the open, along the rocky, rough ground in the Chaparral.

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Ganso Canadiense Mayor (Branta canadensis)

Observ.

diego4nature

Fecha

Diciembre 29, 2019 01:07 PM PST

Descripción

The goose was a large waterfowl, with a thick brown body, and a compact, black neck. The head was mostly black, but it also had the two white oval patches. This individual perched on the shoreline of the Freshwater Lake, while pruning its precious feathers.

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Ballena Gris (Eschrichtius robustus)

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mapierson

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Marzo 3, 2019 10:14 AM PST

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Jilguerito Dominico (Spinus psaltria)

Observ.

diego4nature

Fecha

Marzo 17, 2019 01:41 PM PDT

Descripción

A group of goldfinches was thriving in the stands of fiddlenecks, probably for foraging. This male had a black cap, an olive-green back, and the yellow belly. Other males and females joined in, creating a welcoming, massive frenzy in the blooming Coastal Sage Scrub.

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Manzanita de Moras Grandes (Arctostaphylos glauca)

Observ.

diego4nature

Fecha

Noviembre 24, 2019 11:32 AM PST

Descripción

This mature, old manzanita grew into a gnarly tree-like formation, and its trunk was thick indeed! The bark was smooth and maroon/red, and the leaves were wide, light-green, and rounded at the ends. The red-brown, dusky berries were in sheer abundance, occupying the tips of most of the shrub's stems. These lived in the Lower Montane Forest among the open clearings.

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diego4nature

Fecha

Abril 15, 2019 12:06 PM PDT

Descripción

The large, black bird had a thick, "square" tail, thick beak, and a croak-like call that was deep, unlike the crow. It perched on the rocks nearby the shore and continued to walk along the path. Its thick beak, glossy feathers, and bead-like eyes were seen up close in an intriguing way! These ravens were somewhat common on the Rocky Shore.

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Aguililla Cola Roja (Buteo jamaicensis)

Observ.

diego4nature

Fecha

Diciembre 28, 2019 03:53 PM PST

Descripción

The hawk was soaring for a while in a messy circular formation, until it perched on the sweeping, overhanging glass roof of the California Academy of Sciences. The raptor had a brown head, light underwings and belly, and the characteristic rusty-red tail. I personally found this sighting to be iconic, becuase iNaturalist was founded here in the Bay Area, and seeing the majestic hawk take a stop at the "home base" of naturalists in the Bay Area reminded me of why this platform was created to begin with: to connect people with nature through observing wild creatures where they live. Plus, it also engages people with finding wild animals such as this hawk in urbanized, Cutivated landscapes such as Golden Gate Park.

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Cáñamo (Cannabis sativa)

Observ.

rynaturalist

Fecha

Mayo 2019

Lugar

Kansas, US (Google, OSM)

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Halcón Peregrino (Falco peregrinus)

Observ.

shaneoneal

Fecha

Marzo 11, 2019 08:41 AM EDT

Descripción

Falcon by Thomas Circle eating a dove

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Coyote (Canis latrans)

Observ.

diego4nature

Fecha

Marzo 24, 2019 02:40 PM PDT

Descripción

The light furred, tawny canine strolled along casually through the open plains, without expressing feelings of distress as I neared it. It's long snout and ears turned as its eyes looked out in the distance. For hundreds of feet around the coyote, I was the only person in its range, so it was indeed chilling for me! It was the top predator of these rolling, expansive Seasonal Grasslands.

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Lince Americano (Lynx rufus)

Observ.

jdad147

Fecha

Octubre 25, 2019 08:33 AM PDT

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qin_huang

Fecha

Abril 2009

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Borrego Cimarrón (Ovis canadensis)

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rosemary36

Fecha

Julio 20, 2019 11:20 AM PDT

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Orca Común (Orcinus orca)

Observ.

nlaroche

Fecha

Marzo 12, 2014

Lugar

San Simeon (Google, OSM)

Descripción

Early in the morning (8:15 am) we saw a pod of four orcas passing by about a mile offshore. Three females and one adult male. The male is the one pec slapping in the photo. They were heading North and preforming tail slaps and pec slaps which may mean they just ate.

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Bejori de Cerca Occidental (Sceloporus occidentalis)

Observ.

joykrauthammer

Fecha

Abril 9, 2019 11:43 AM PDT

Descripción

Lizards seen daily in garden. This one I rescued from pool and added him to expanse of grasses on hillside.
© Joy Krauthammer

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Orca Común (Orcinus orca)

Observ.

beckers

Fecha

Abril 8, 2019 11:37 AM PDT

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Pingüino de El Cabo (Spheniscus demersus)

Observ.

florem

Fecha

Abril 28, 2019 10:43 AM CEST

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Leopardo Africano (Panthera pardus ssp. pardus)

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evan81

Fecha

Abril 2019

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Milano Tijereta (Elanoides forficatus)

Observ.

alyssacritters

Fecha

Abril 29, 2019 06:34 PM EDT

Descripción

Heard the kite smack into a tree branch and didn't realize what it was doing until it dropped this guy from above!

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Sapo Occidental (Anaxyrus boreas)

Observ.

diego4nature

Fecha

Abril 28, 2019 11:22 AM PDT

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Observ.

diego4nature

Fecha

Marzo 17, 2019 01:49 PM PDT

Descripción

The small butterfly was a very interesting beauty, compared to the swarms upon swarms of painted ladies. It fluttered through the fiddlenecks, and I wished to get closer, so I neared the butterfly. The orange and white coloration was very bright and luminescent among the yellows of the flowers, all of a sudden it landed on me. For three minutes, I was in sheer joy and unspeakable awe while it's beautiful, delicate body was on my own finger! Afterwards, it fluttered away into the vividly flowering Coastal Sage Scrub hillsides.

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Falsa Coralillo del Noroeste (Lampropeltis californiae)

Observ.

naturenate

Fecha

Abril 2019

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Cedro Colorado (Calocedrus decurrens)

Observ.

juddpatterson

Fecha

Abril 5, 2019 03:17 PM PDT

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Observ.

diego4nature

Fecha

Marzo 24, 2019 12:23 PM PDT

Descripción

These were extremely fascinating to see in person! The fairy shrimp were highly abundant, traveling through the murky, algae-plentiful waters like ghastly jewels, gently swimming through with their tiny feet. These fairy shrimp were barely a half-inch long, and they were nearly completely transparent in color. These lived in this well-renowned Vernal Pool ecosystem.

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Bejori de Cerca Occidental (Sceloporus occidentalis)

Observ.

diego4nature

Fecha

Marzo 24, 2019 03:00 PM PDT

Descripción

The lizards were dark gray and blue-tinged, and they had many geometric patterns on their skin. These two males were thrashing and flipping each other during their matting season, the sight was fabulous! These two ended in a standoff within the shadows of the Engelmann Oak Woodland.

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Golondrina Bicolor (Tachycineta bicolor)

Observ.

diego4nature

Fecha

Febrero 17, 2019 10:48 AM PST

Descripción

The swallows were flying gracefully over the lakes and hills of scrub, there was a very powerful feeling while being surrounded by these birds which I cannot describe. I was beaming with excitement whenever the flying beauties decided to perch on the bird boxes! The feathers were glossy, bold blue and the bellies and cheeks were white. Up close, many beauties of these graceful birds are seen which are lost from far away when they fly above the Freshwater Lakes.

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Saladito (Rhus integrifolia)

Observ.

diego4nature

Fecha

Febrero 17, 2019 12:12 PM PST

Descripción

The leaves were very thick, round, and lightly saw-toothed. The branches were slick and light gray, except for the younger branches which were more reddish. The soft white/pink blooms were in strong profusion on the whole shrub. These were thriving in the understory of the Coast Live Oak Woodland.

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Falsa Coralillo del Noroeste (Lampropeltis californiae)

Observ.

andy71

Fecha

Marzo 31, 2008 02:30 PM PDT

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Ballena de Pico de Layard (Mesoplodon layardii)

Observ.

lloyd_esler

Fecha

Abril 2, 1972

Descripción

Date is approximate

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Reyezuelo Matraquita (Regulus calendula)

Observ.

diego4nature

Fecha

Diciembre 8, 2018 11:56 AM PST

Descripción

The small passerine bird was finch-like, and it was very energetic among the shrubs. The wings were yellow and black, the overall coloration was dull and somewhat green, and the eyes had white rings around them. This one lived in the low shrubs of the Coastal Sage Scrub.

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Vuelvepiedras Negro (Arenaria melanocephala)

Observ.

diego4nature

Fecha

Diciembre 31, 2017 01:57 AM PST

Descripción

While walking along the seashore trail, a scruffy patch of grass and forbs came to life with these shorebirds. I had no clue what these were and there were a dozen. Their legs were long, the bodies were dusky gray, they had white stripes also. These shorebirds were at home in the Coastal Strand ecosystem.

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Playero Pihuiuí (Tringa semipalmata)

Observ.

diego4nature

Fecha

Octubre 21, 2018 12:44 PM PDT

Descripción

The shorebird was light gray in plumage, with gray legs and a beak which was thick, but not curved. This one flew alone, not with a group, around the Rocky Shore.

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Gorrión Sabanero (Passerculus sandwichensis)

Observ.

diego4nature

Fecha

Diciembre 31, 2017 01:48 AM PST

Descripción

The sparrows had mostly dark and light brown coloration, much like other sparrow species. However, the head had a bright yellow stripe above the eye, which distinguished this species from others. They flew across the Coastal Strand.

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Observ.

diego4nature

Fecha

Agosto 1, 2017 04:18 PM PDT

Descripción

The passerine bird was small, but noticeable. The body was yellow and the cap was orangish-red. This was my favorite small bird from the Galapagos, accompanying us at lunch in the Residential eatery.

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Zorrillo Manchado Occidental (Spilogale gracilis)

Fecha

Enero 20, 2019 11:48 AM PST

Descripción

Inadvertently caught in a live trap under the house (it wasn't even baited)

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Ganso Canadiense Mayor (Branta canadensis)

Observ.

diego4nature

Fecha

Enero 1, 2019 05:32 PM PST

Descripción

The birds were large waterfowl, with thick brown bodies, and long black necks. The heads were mostly black, but also had the two white oval patches. This one here was nearing closer and closer to me, before it was too close for my comfort. It lived alongside dozens of other geese in the Cultivated park.

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Observ.

diego4nature

Fecha

Diciembre 21, 2018 02:59 PM PST

Descripción

The small mushrooms had orange-peel colored caps, thin trunks, and small gills underneath. These were sprouting abundantly around the fallen logs and wood within the Coast Live Oak Woodland ecosystem.

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Junco Ojos Negros (Junco hyemalis)

Observ.

diego4nature

Fecha

Diciembre 28, 2018 04:24 PM PST

Descripción

The passerine was small, sparrowlike, and had a bold black head, with a light beak. The body was light and pinkish brown. It perched high in a ponderosa and fluffed up its chest feathers to keep warm in the chilly Upper Montane Forest ecosystem.