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Butterflies of Central Texas

Williamson, Travis, and other local counties

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Driftless Wisconsin Flora and Fauna

Amateur guide of the various and endemic animal, plant, and insect life of the Driftless Region in Wisconsin.

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Common Birds of Wassumkeag Island (Sears Island)

This list is ongoing and new species will be added to this list.

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Brooks River Area Trees and Shrubs

This is a list of trees and shrubs I observed in the Brooks River area in Katmai National Park from 2007-2015. The list covers species I observed within a 30 kilometer radius.

Edited by mikefitz
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Montes de Málaga Natural Park

Montes de Málaga Natural Park (Spanish: Parque Natural Montes de Málaga) is the name of a natural park in Andalusia, Spain. It is named after the Montes de Málaga range located near Málaga city and was established in 1989. The park lies at the heart of the Montes de Málaga coastal mountain ran...

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Mammals of Lake Conestee Nature Park

Lake Conestee Nature Park makes a great habitat for mammals. Here is a guide to mammals you may have the opportunity to see while you are visiting the park. *All of our guides are works in progress. If you document a species not listed on here, please send an email to Lake Conestee Nature Park w...

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Trees of Lake Conestee Nature Park

A list of tree species that can be found throughout the 400 acres of Lake Conestee Nature Park. *All of our guides are works in progress. If you document a species not listed on here, please send an email to Lake Conestee Nature Park with a photo.

Edited by trosek
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Invertebrates of the Overton Park Night Hike BioBlitz 2016

This BioBlitz had divided effort over a total of 5 sites in 2 days. On April 8th, about 17 from various backgrounds Thanks especially to all the kids who joined in on the foray, for your unlimited enthusiasm, and for lending us your keen senses for small things! I am certain that this list is...

Edited by reallifeecology
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CWES Plants

Edited by joey50
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Northern California Rocky Intertidal Species

Rocky intertidal species from Del Norte County to San Mateo County.

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Marine Mammals of Año Nuevo State Park

Although home to the northern elephant seal, many other marine mammals inhabit the park.

Edited by wanderingmountain
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Brooks River Area Birds

This is a species list of birds observed in the Brooks River area in Katmai National Park from 2007-2015. It covers Brooks River, Dumpling Mountain, the Valley of Ten Thousand Smokes Road and other places within a 30 kilometer radius of Brooks River.

Edited by mikefitz
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Native Trees of VA

Initially created for use by students to ID trees in and around their communities and local parks. American Education Forum | #LifeOutside Resources: VA Dept. of Forestry: Common Native Trees of VA http://www.dof.virginia.gov/infopubs/Native-Trees-spreads-2012-05_pub.pdf

Edited by kculbertson
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Wetland Plants of Lake Conestee Nature Park

Some plants prefer to get their feet wet. This guide will help you become familiar with plants that grow in Lake Conestee Nature Park's wetlands, lake and vernal pools. *All of our guides are works in progress. If you document a species not listed on here, please send an email to Lake Conestee N...

Edited by trosek
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Fern and Fern Allies of Lake Conestee Nature Park

Lake Conestee Nature Park is home to some of the most ancient plants on the planet, ferns and fern allies. The production of spores instead of flowers or seeds separates them from herbaceous plants. *All of our guides are works in progress. If you document a species not listed on here, please s...

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Forest Plants of Lake Conestee Nature Park

Beneath the canopy of the oak hickory forest there are many treasures waiting to be discovered. Look carefully and you will find some of them. *All of our guides are works in progress. If you document a species not listed on here, please send an email to Lake Conestee Nature Park with a photo.

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Insects and Arachnids of TRAC Guide

This guide is intended to help identify all the incredible insects and arachnids that are found at the Trinity River Audubon Center (TRAC) in Dallas, Texas.

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Meadow Plants of Lake Conestee Nature Park

Meadows are crucial habitats for many insects, birds and butterflies. These open, sunny spaces provide perfect growing grounds for wildflowers and grasses that attract our pollinators. *All of our guides are works in progress. If you document a species not listed on here, please send an email t...

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Reptiles and Amphibians of the Effie Yeaw Nature Center Perserve

A guide of reptiles and amphibians found on or near the Effie Yeaw Nature Center one hundred acre preserve.

Edited by denisegarland
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Mercer Island Pioneer Park

This is a guide to the native plants of Mercer Island parks.

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Macaws

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Lagunitas Creek

A guide to species relevant to the SPAWN/NPS/CalAcademy coho habitat restoration efforts on Lagunitas Creek in Marin County, California

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Wildlife of Brimley Woods

Wildlife of Brimley Woods Park, in Toronto.

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North Cascades Lichens

Lichens for North Cascades Bio blitz

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Lichens of Washington Cascades

Tentative list of crustose genera and macrolichen species likely to be found in the Cascade Mountains This list is for use in finding names. IT DOES NOT NECESSARILY MEAN THESE SPECIES HAVE BEEN FOUND ANYWHERE

Edited by fmr
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Butterflies of Rock Creek Park

Common butterflies expected in the military meadow in Rock Creek Park during the 2016 NPS & Nat Geo BioBlitz

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