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Rola-Carpideira (Zenaida macroura)

Observador

aleconinaturalist

Data

Outubro 23, 2023 09:23 PM EDT

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Bútio-Ruivo (Buteo lineatus)

Observador

zahnerphoto

Data

Agosto 30, 2020 09:22 AM EDT

Descrição

observation is for bird on right; observation for the Cooper's Hawk here: https://www.inaturalist.org/observations/58881743

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Cardeal (Cardinalis cardinalis)

Observador

waterbottle_s

Data

Maio 2024

Descrição

photo from @crystalogy

adult female cardinal in abnormal “balding” molt

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What

Gato Doméstico (Felis catus)

Observador

waterbottle_s

Data

Maio 2024

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What

Galeirão-Americano (Fulica americana)

Observador

patient1

Data

Novembro 23, 2021 08:19 AM PST

Descrição

Fighting for keeps. The victor held the loser under water for a long time, but the loser finally escaped

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Alcaide-Do-Antárctico (Stercorarius maccormicki)

Observador

skottfreee

Data

Fevereiro 10, 2017 07:15 AM -10

Lugar

Antarctica (Google, OSM)

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What

Cisnes, Gansos, Patos e Afins (Ordem Anseriformes)

Data

Abril 27, 2024

Descrição

Mallard x muscovy x Eygptian goose. Here's a link to evidence of mating. https://www.inaturalist.org/observations/146800910

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Observador

marietarrant

Data

Setembro 2023

Descrição

A good result for song meter sites sited within the NP (& beyond boundary of Pullen Pullen Reserve) under the auspices of Bush Heritage and Birds Qld as part of a broader Bird Surveying Expedition to the NP with Andrew Ley. 2- note call confirmed by N Leseberg, (Pullen Pullen Reserve) "one bird flew over that area on the night of 27 Sep, at about 10pm. You had a number of recorders there within a few hundred metres of each other, and the bird was detected on four of the recorders. Based on the times (see data below), it seems to have been moving west. Of the 8 calls detected, all are two-note whistle calls (I have attached a clip of the strongest call) and similar in structure, suggesting the same bird. There was one call of the 8 though that was higher and thinner. This may indicate a second bird, or it could just be the one bird doing something unusual.

So, while it’s not a roost site, it’s still valuable information. It is consistent with what we’ve found before, which seems to suggest birds roosting on the western edge of the escarpment country to the east of where this one was detected, then perhaps moving out onto the floodplains to the west to forage.

I’m sure your crew will be excited to hear the news. It’s not a roost site, and there is no risk of folks disturbing a sensitive area, so happy for you to share this data and the call clip around" 1/5/24

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Observador

sunshinesaqimax

Data

Abril 2024

Lugar

Missing Location

Descrição

adding this record shared by a contact in Gaza with limited internet access, will remove once they are able to upload it directly.

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Peru (Meleagris gallopavo)

Observador

nycnatureobserver

Data

Maio 8, 2024 10:23 AM EDT

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Ganso-Do-Canadá (Branta canadensis)

Observador

waterbottle_s

Data

Maio 5, 2024 01:34 PM EDT

Descrição

banded (1188-96018)

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Pica-Pau-Felpudo (Dryobates pubescens)

Observador

tllvr140

Data

Maio 3, 2024 08:39 AM CDT

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Gavião-Papa-Gafanhoto (Buteo swainsoni)

Observador

anhingas

Data

Abril 29, 2024 11:36 AM EDT

Descrição

Need an ID for this hawk I was unable to snap a photo of. Written details are what stood out most. My best guess is some phase of Red-tail I am not yet familiar with.

Thanks for taking a look.

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Observador

markkenderdine

Data

Maio 2020

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Observador

william_deml

Data

Dezembro 17, 2002 12:00 AM EST

Descrição

As my 1000th observation submitted to iNaturalist, here is something a little different and unusual from my archives.

My colleagues and I took this photograph of an actual original and unique X-Ray (physical "hard copy") film made in the Emergency Room of the University hospital in which I worked night shifts back in 2002. It was the regional center for medical treatment of snake bites in north central Florida.

This snake had bitten someone late at night, roughly in the vicinity of Cross Creek, southeast of Gainesville, as I remember, and the snake was killed and brought to the E.R. as proof of the species of poisonous snake that had inflicted the bite, for antivenom administration purposes. There were a couple different types of antivenom then, and they usually took a little time to reconstitute or prepare. All pit vipers in Florida inject similar venom when they bite, but it is different from that of the Coral Snake for instance, which is North America's only native Cobra. Having the actual body of the snake delivered to the E.R. is not absolutely necessary of course, but it does insure correct identification as to species, for whatever that may be worth, at the time, and in later analysis.

While identifying a snake from an X-Ray photograph may be a little unusual, it is not so difficult in this case as some might imagine. After all, here is a very large Pit Viper, totally without tail rattles, in Alachua County Florida.

Just how big was it? Coiled up as you see, it almost doesn't fit on a piece of film that was 11 by 14 inches in size. The snake's head, distorted a bit by the trauma of its demise, alone is nearly 3 inches long, measured directly on the film itself. The snake's coiled body, head to tail, can be measured on the original film by laying a piece of string on the image, tracing the course of the backbone. At 58 inches, or 4 feet 10 inches (147 centimeters) then, this a pretty large snake as Water Moccasins go.

What's more, one of the reasons we X-rayed it at all was that it had clearly recently eaten something. It had a large bulge in it's stomach, down about a third of it's body length, just past its air-filled lungs that are visible on the film as well defined darker shapes. We found the bulge was a big fish with a large blunt bony head, very visible swim bladder, which we took to be a catfish, though we lacked an Ichthyologist amongst the E.R. staff of course. I can follow the fish's spine for quite a ways in the image, but lose it somewhere along the snake's lung in the extreme right of the picture. We did not, in any case dissect the snake in the E.R. Nor did we weigh it, unfortunately. For all I know, the patient, who survived with the help of our treatment, took the dead snake and its last meal home with him when he was discharged.

The Technician that made the actual exposure for us on film, at my request, wrote the details of the exposure for future reference on the film itself, which, though the film suffered damage when it was stolen from my vehicle inside a locked briefcase and dumped out in a back alley and further mistreated both by the thieves and the weather, I can still read most of what he wrote with a "magic marker":
"40(or 46) MA
1 MAS
56 KV"
Are there any X-Ray Tech's out there who can confirm that that is in fact a good exposure for a big dead snake?

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What

Gato Doméstico (Felis catus)

Observador

fateryga

Data

Junho 10, 2013 10:45 AM MSK

Lugar

Karadag (Google, OSM)

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What

Maçarico-de-Bico-Comprido (Limnodromus scolopaceus)

Observador

kitemongoose

Data

Abril 2024

Descrição

On this day at Spoonbill Pond, Craig Wilson wrote online, "Merlin most often identified SBD but had few LBD identifications." I believe my photos show one of the Long-billed Dowitchers from that same day and location (although I didn’t hear it, as it was busy preening and foraging).

For comparison, this individual is shown with 2 Short-billed Dowitchers in photo 1, and also photos 7 thru 13. In those photos with 3 birds, this observation is for the bird in the middle (the SBDOs will have their own separate observation).

This observation has been added to the Species Look-Alikes project.

Comments welcome, as always.

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Observador

grayden26

Data

Abril 23, 2024 01:46 PM EDT

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What

Corvo-Marinho-d'Orelhas (Nannopterum auritum)

Observador

gatorhawk

Data

Abril 19, 2024 11:58 AM EDT

Descrição

This is James. James tried to catch fish. James swam in circles for roughly 8 minutes attempting to do so. The fish got away. James came back empty-billed. James failed.

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Rola-Turca (Streptopelia decaocto)

Observador

waterbottle_s

Data

Novembro 2023

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Esquilo-Terrestre-Rajado (Ictidomys tridecemlineatus)

Observador

ehjalmarson

Data

Maio 14, 2022 05:31 PM CDT

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What

Papagaio-de-Face-Verde (Amazona viridigenalis)

Observador

cgerry

Data

Abril 2024

Descrição

The Red-crowned Parrot and Rose-ringed Parakeet were together for the 45 minutes we watched them and flew away together. They seemed very attached to each other . Potential hybridization?

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Observador

neymark

Data

Junho 27, 2013

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Esquilo-Cinzento-Oriental (Sciurus carolinensis)

Observador

bugsbugsbugsbugs

Data

Abril 1, 2024 04:04 PM EDT

Descrição

Half-gray, half-tawny squirrel

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Rola-Carpideira (Zenaida macroura)

Observador

terijk

Data

Abril 1, 2024 04:13 PM EDT

Fotos / Sons

Observador

pav_johnsson

Data

Março 2, 2024 12:37 AM NZDT

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Pombo-Doméstico (Columba livia var. domestica)

Observador

evatutin

Data

Março 31, 2024 03:32 PM MSK

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What

Garajau-Real (Thalasseus maximus)

Observador

jalinage00

Data

Julho 2, 2016 10:06 PM CDT

Descrição

Las crías son de Charral Sandwich y Real

Fotos / Sons

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Pica-Pau-de-Lewis (Melanerpes lewis)

Observador

mlbowenpe

Data

Maio 20, 2022 12:10 PM EDT

Fotos / Sons

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Corujão-Orelhudo (Bubo virginianus)

Observador

mquillian

Data

Março 25, 2024 11:35 AM EDT

Fotos / Sons

What

Tartaruga-Almiscarada (Sternotherus odoratus)

Observador

whatch11

Data

Maio 8, 2019 04:19 PM EDT

Fotos / Sons

What

Batuíra-Nevada (Anarhynchus nivosus)

Observador

lawrencerhoads

Data

Março 20, 2024 07:24 AM AST

Fotos / Sons

What

Carraceiro (Bubulcus ibis)

Observador

mphansen

Data

Março 18, 2024 05:41 PM AST

Fotos / Sons

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Cão Doméstico (Canis familiaris)

Observador

frandsong

Data

Março 12, 2024 10:20 AM CDT

Descrição

Roaming wild but perhaps not feral

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Batuíra-Melodiosa (Charadrius melodus)

Observador

arachphotobia

Data

Março 2024

Fotos / Sons

What

Guaxinim (Procyon lotor)

Observador

blakemross

Data

Setembro 23, 2023 04:42 PM ADT

Fotos / Sons

What

Esquilo-Cinzento-Oriental (Sciurus carolinensis)

Observador

kellyobear

Data

Fevereiro 15, 2024 03:33 PM EST

Fotos / Sons

Observador

jobeeboi

Data

Fevereiro 15, 2024 03:35 AM EST

Descrição

Definitely not what I was expecting to wake up to, but shoutout my cat.

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Observador

bigpappahope

Data

Janeiro 17, 2024 11:02 AM EST

Fotos / Sons

Observador

derick_gil

Lugar

Missing Location

Descrição

Craneo de especie ya extinta

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What

Veado-da-Virgínia (Odocoileus virginianus)

Observador

justjenny

Data

Dezembro 14, 2019 09:30 AM CST

Descrição

2019 Fort Worth Audubon Christmas Bird Count

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Observador

jm_golden

Data

Agosto 21, 2012 09:16 AM EDT

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Irerê (Dendrocygna viduata)

Observador

jaheymans

Data

Dezembro 31, 2023 11:57 PM SAST

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Observador

macrolab3d

Data

Julho 26, 2021 08:58 PM EEST

Descrição

This tiny critter is only 0.13mm long and lives on a Raspberry. Please help me to identify him.

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Torda-Miúda (Alle alle)

Observador

milesblanco

Data

Dezembro 18, 2023 07:36 PM EST

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Lebre-de-Cauda-Branca (Lepus townsendii)

Observador

sumangoll

Data

Dezembro 6, 2017 09:20 PM MST

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Falcão-Do-Tanoeiro (Accipiter cooperii)

Observador

alexandeur

Data

Janeiro 22, 2024 04:54 PM EST

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What

Jaguar (Panthera onca)

Observador

dean_g

Data

Agosto 2015

Descrição

Location is accurate to mountain, obscured for protection.

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Gato Doméstico (Felis catus)

Observador

mhalsted

Data

Novembro 15, 2023 12:00 PM EST

Descrição

This is 'Twitch', she decided she was coming with us on our walk. Twitch and Side Kick have been buddies since she was a kitten many years ago.

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Capivara (Hydrochoerus hydrochaeris)

Observador

quiltedquetzal

Data

Setembro 12, 2022 02:05 PM -04

Descrição

Pantanal, Mato Grosso, Brazil

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What

Corvo-Marinho-de-Garganta-Azul (Urile penicillatus)

Observador

cyrusli

Data

Janeiro 10, 2024 11:29 AM PST

Fotos / Sons

What

Pato-Real (Anas platyrhynchos)

Observador

that_bug_guy

Data

Dezembro 31, 2023 02:26 PM EST

Descrição

This is what love looks like.

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Gambá-da-Virgínia (Didelphis virginiana)

Observador

peakaytea

Data

Dezembro 2021

Descrição

They have an unnatural relationship

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Ser Humano (Homo sapiens)

Observador

zhangyiyan

Data

Dezembro 24, 2023 11:24 PM CST

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What

Biguatinga (Anhinga anhinga)

Observador

waterbottle_s

Data

Dezembro 2023

Descrição

same female in the same location as yesterday: https://www.inaturalist.org/observations/194837786

seems to have fishing wire stuck on her body and I don't think she can get it out. I saw her try but it was unsuccessful.

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Ganso-Do-Canadá (Branta canadensis)

Observador

waterbottle_s

Data

Dezembro 2023

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Guaxinim (Procyon lotor)

Observador

sus_scrofa

Data

Dezembro 21, 2023 12:42 PM EST

Descrição

a very strange sight today.
i think this raccoon was dying, but i'm not sure how, or of what....
i found it on a wide open residential lawn. it was hardly moving. it didn't respond to any stimulus. even as my dog and i got real close and made our presence known, it seemed completely frozen, standing in this bizarre position, doubled over and arched, like a dog trying to take a poop.
occasionally it would lift its head, and its head really unnerved me. something seemed off about it, like i was looking at a zombie raccoon. its eyes were very strange. there was something coming out of its eyes. fear, and the need to control my dog, kept me from getting any better pics.
the reason i'm sure this raccoon was dying was that, while i was looking at it, a huge turkey vulture (https://www.inaturalist.org/observations/194530590) circled overhead. it flew in low circles around us for 5 minutes or so.

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Peneireiro-Americano (Falco sparverius)

Observador

a-tristis

Data

Dezembro 19, 2023 08:11 AM CST

Descrição

Fotos / Sons

What

Gato Doméstico (Felis catus)

Observador

waterbottle_s

Data

Dezembro 2023

Descrição

cross-eyed stray

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What

Veado-da-Virgínia (Odocoileus virginianus)

Observador

brianw

Data

Dezembro 2023

Descrição

Got stuck fighting and didn't make it

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Garçote-Verde (Butorides virescens)

Observador

carmenferreiro

Data

Março 12, 2023

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What

Garça-Vermelha (Egretta rufescens)

Observador

rbuening

Data

Abril 22, 2023 08:43 AM EDT

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What

Esquilo-Cinzento-Oriental (Sciurus carolinensis)

Observador

swampy

Data

Setembro 2, 2017 11:09 AM EDT

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What

Raposa (Vulpes vulpes)

Observador

mattyfelp

Data

Novembro 4, 2023 03:17 PM EDT

Fotos / Sons

What

Pombo-Doméstico (Columba livia var. domestica)

Observador

patricianicoloso

Data

Julho 24, 2022 03:12 PM -03

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Porco-Espinho-Norte-Americano (Erethizon dorsatum)

Observador

sbisesi

Data

Outubro 15, 2022 06:27 PM EDT

Descrição

Porcupine needs in cows face

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What

Mobelhas (Género Gavia)

Observador

kspringer

Data

Novembro 15, 2023 11:46 AM EST

Descrição

Fotos / Sons

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Rã-Leopardo-Do-Norte (Lithobates pipiens)

Observador

rebgiroux

Data

Agosto 9, 2023 12:23 PM EDT

Descrição

Grenouille léopard portant la variation de couleur bleue

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Gato Doméstico (Felis catus)

Observador

camogains

Data

Setembro 7, 2023 01:35 PM +03

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What

Debulhador (Toxostoma rufum)

Observador

susannc2020

Data

Maio 7, 2023 04:29 PM EDT

Fotos / Sons

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Pica-Pau-Cabeludo (Dryobates villosus)

Observador

markdorriesfield

Data

Outubro 10, 2017 01:31 PM HST

Descrição

Right bird, next to Downy Woodpecker. Captured and released as part of regular banding operation

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Guaxinim (Procyon lotor)

Observador

iheartmollusks

Data

Maio 9, 2023 04:14 PM EDT

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What

Bútio-Ruivo (Buteo lineatus)

Observador

landcaster

Data

Dezembro 23, 2022 12:17 PM EST