Fotos / Sonidos

Observ.

emily_r

Fecha

Octubre 7, 2014

Lugar

Hawera (Google, OSM)

Descripción

A green chiton attached to a half crab. We observed this alien looking commensal beast while undertaking an intertidal survey on the reefs off Hawera. It made us jump when we first turned over the rock.

Fotos / Sonidos

Square

Qué

Escarabajos Y Parientes Orden Coleoptera

Observ.

chrbub

Fecha

Julio 16, 2019 12:54 PM PDT

Fotos / Sonidos

Observ.

rmyoshihara

Fecha

Junio 14, 2019 05:11 PM PDT

Fotos / Sonidos

Observ.

bbell

Fecha

Abril 7, 2019 01:06 PM PDT

Fotos / Sonidos

Square

Observ.

arnoldwijker

Fecha

Marzo 11, 2018 08:41 AM CET

Fotos / Sonidos

Qué

Delfín de Fraser Lagenodelphis hosei

Observ.

colintrainor

Fecha

Septiembre 8, 2013 11:57 AM AEST

Fotos / Sonidos

Square

Qué

Guajolote Norteño Meleagris gallopavo

Observ.

kueda

Fecha

Junio 4, 2018 07:47 PM PDT

Descripción

Mama turkey settled down with all the kids for the evening. Thanks for the spot, @glenschneider

Fotos / Sonidos

Observ.

chaparral

Fecha

Marzo 18, 2015 01:57 PM PDT

Descripción

White woolly blue curls.

Fotos / Sonidos

Observ.

sea-kangaroo

Fecha

Octubre 24, 2006

Descripción

Shell in use by hermit crab. Crab has its own observation here: https://www.inaturalist.org/observations/57509

Etiquetas

Fotos / Sonidos

Observ.

gbentall

Fecha

Enero 17, 2018 09:59 AM PST

Fotos / Sonidos

Square

Observ.

sflax

Fecha

Diciembre 24, 2017 11:42 AM PST

Fotos / Sonidos

Qué

Nutria de Río Norteamericana Lontra canadensis

Observ.

paul_norwood

Fecha

Diciembre 19, 2017 10:13 AM AKST

Fotos / Sonidos

Square

Observ.

paul_norwood

Fecha

Diciembre 19, 2017 10:13 AM AKST

Fotos / Sonidos

Qué

Patamarilla Menor Tringa flavipes

Observ.

rjadams55

Fecha

Agosto 29, 2017 04:31 PM PDT

Descripción

This is one of three Lesser Yellowlegs (on the right) seen at the pond this day with a Greater Yellowlegs to the left. This gives a nice comparison of their sizes and the respective lengths and shapes of their bills.

A complete checklist of birds seen at the pond can be found here:

http://ebird.org/ebird/view/checklist/S38940882

Fotos / Sonidos

Qué

Nutria Marina Enhydra lutris

Observ.

bvant3

Fecha

Marzo 25, 2016

Descripción

In protected area at mouth of harbor. several mothers with baby, resting, watched babies nursing, several mothers caught large clams and shared with baby.

Fotos / Sonidos

Square

Observ.

cspirrone

Fecha

Abril 2, 2016 01:14 PM PDT

Descripción

Janthina(?)

Fotos / Sonidos

Qué

Líquenes Escudo Verde Género Flavoparmelia

Observ.

gbentall

Fecha

Marzo 7, 2016 04:15 PM PST

Descripción

The undergrowth of Arctostaphylos hookeri is lush with lichens on this chaparral hillside

Fotos / Sonidos

Observ.

jaykeller

Fecha

Febrero 20, 2016 03:15 PM PST

Fotos / Sonidos

Square

Observ.

jaykeller

Fecha

Octubre 24, 2015 08:32 AM PDT

Fotos / Sonidos

Square

Qué

Amanitas Género Amanita

Observ.

cherylkershaw

Fecha

Febrero 20, 2016 12:11 PM PST

Descripción

Amida mushroom

Fotos / Sonidos

Qué

Ardilla Voladora de Humboldt Glaucomys oregonensis

Observ.

faerthen

Fecha

Agosto 5, 2009

Descripción

This was a project that trapped and released flying squirrels. Ordinarily, you wouldn't see them out flying around during the day.

This squirrel was released, climbed a tree and flew twice, landed on the ground, dug up a truffle and ate most of it, then climbed a tree again and ate the rest.

Quite a show!

Fotos / Sonidos

Qué

Caracol Cono Californiconus californicus

Observ.

finatic

Fecha

Diciembre 6, 2015 12:58 PM PST

Descripción

San Diego County, California, US

Fotos / Sonidos

Qué

Pulpo Rojo del Pacífico Octopus rubescens

Observ.

anudibranchmom

Fecha

Enero 8, 2016 04:03 PM PST

Descripción

This selfie was taken BY THE OCTOPUS, who also took a 90-second mostly-dark video of the inside of its den (with a muffled soundtrack of Alison Young and I laughing hysterically). The octopus grabbed my camera with three tentacles, and grabbed rocks with the others. After a determined tug-of-war that snapped the nylon wrist strap, it carried the camera deep into its den and started pressing buttons with its tentacles. Alison braved beak and tentacles to rescue the camera (the octo was still holding it) - is there anything she won't do for Citizen Science? Thank you Alison!

The alternate photo is the last one I took before the battle - you can see the first tentacle snaking towards the shiny camera...

Fotos / Sonidos

Square

Observ.

dpom

Fecha

Septiembre 30, 2015 09:07 AM PDT

Fotos / Sonidos

Observ.

rjadams55

Fecha

Octubre 9, 2015

Descripción

I found this snail in Tuolomne County on the trail to the South Grove sequoias at 4650 ft elevation. The habitat was mature pine forest with a scattering of large Big Leaf Maples.

Fotos / Sonidos

Observ.

greglasley

Fecha

Octubre 9, 2015

Descripción

The target of the trip. We probably saw about 20 Ross's Gulls this afternoon in the 2.5 hours of light we had after we arrived. Most were flying very high and quite far away but we have high hopes for closer and better images tomorrow. Several images will be posted here. I was surprised that many of the birds still showed rather pink plumage even at this time of year.

Barrow!? What am I doing in Barrow, Alaska, you ask. Well…it’s like this. I have a friend in Austin named Isaac who is a crazy bird photographer like I am. A couple of months ago he sent me an email saying he wanted to go to Barrow for a long weekend to try to photograph Ross’s Gull, one of the rarest gulls in North America. Apparently the species migrates from Siberia across parts of the Arctic Ocean in early October and sometimes can be seen in numbers in Barrow. I had seen the species once before, in Canada in 1988:
http://www.inaturalist.org/observations/151409
but I thought, what the heck. Sounds like an adventure. Very few birds will be around in Barrow, but we might see some Ross’s Gulls which is a super fine bird. So, to make a long story short, we left Austin at 7 PM October 8 and 18 hours of airplanes and airports later found ourselves in Barrow, Alaska where it was 24 degrees F., with a 20 mph north wind. Just balmy conditions. We will have two and a half days here before heading home. Yeah, I know…totally insane!

Fotos / Sonidos

Square

Observ.

kestrel

Fecha

Mayo 22, 2015 08:21 AM PDT

Descripción

Four Doriopsilla, one Cadlina?

Fotos / Sonidos

Square

Qué

Nutria de Río Norteamericana Lontra canadensis

Observ.

wendy5

Fecha

Agosto 3, 2015

Descripción

This mother River Otter and her two pups were fishing during the minus tide. When she caught a fish, she wouldn't share with them, but they still kept close to her side.

Etiquetas