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Marmot in central Emigrant WildernessWhales off Spanish Creek - Lost CoastPorcupine Quills - Carson River Canyon - Carson-Iceberg WildernessWood Ants - Roosevelt Lake - Emigrant Wilderness
Edited by redleader on 11/12/2008 18:37:15 MST.
Nice quills and whales Dennis, See ya at Pt. Reyes in January.
Salamander near Clingmans Dome. GSMNP
I nearly stepped on that little guy. I was day hiking and it was raining so I was in a hurry to get back to the trailhead. If he hadn't been so bright, I probably would have missed him.
Hey Roman, is that a coral snake?I was trying to remember the rhyme, "red touch black, good for Jack; red touch yellow, kill a fellow"?Lovely colors, in any case.
Red next to yellow will kill a fellow- Coral Snake
Darwin BenchMR Marmot says hello
His French cousins say hello back.
Edited by sandalot on 09/20/2009 12:44:01 MDT.
I officially submit the candidature of the majestic marmot as the mascot of BPL.Mount of the Holy Cross Wilderness, COThe marmot: king of the backcountry, master of all he sees.Monty the camp prowler. Elk Mountains, CO
A wombat from the area that recently burned down.Franco
Arizona coral snake (Micruroides euryxanthus)Orb Spider (Everglades)Otter (Everglades)
Edited by tkknc on 03/01/2009 08:20:54 MST.
Black Cockatoo - Coastal Plains Trail, Western Australia
Woodchuck Lake, Sequoia
Bobcat- Mt. Diablo State Park Picture was taken about 2 miles from my house.
awesome !, I've only seen a cat once, and it was moving way too fast for me to get a camera out.
Hey Cameron, He stuck around for a few seconds then he took off like a rocket ship! I was very lucky to get photo.
Edited by Creachen on 03/03/2009 11:12:07 MST.
Mt. Diablo State Park
Jay, nice shot. That's gotta be pretty rare to see down there? We supposedly have Bobcats up here aswell...but I've never seen one.
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