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American Robin Turdus migratorius

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rpayne

Date

April 30, 2012

Description

Leucistic American Robing. Though my binoculars I could just see the slightest rufous tinge on its breast. It is building a nest near this location so it's aberrant plumage hasn't effected its ability to find a mate.

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Eastern Bluebird Sialia sialis

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rpayne

Date

April 25, 2012

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barren strawberry Geum fragarioides

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rpayne

Date

April 20, 2012

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Jack-in-the-pulpit Arisaema triphyllum

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rpayne

Date

April 20, 2012

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Windflower Genus Anemone

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rpayne

Date

April 20, 2012

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Wood Anemone Anemone quinquefolia

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rpayne

Date

April 20, 2012

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Wild Columbine Aquilegia canadensis

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rpayne

Date

April 20, 2012

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Eastern Pine Elfin Callophrys niphon

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rpayne

Date

April 20, 2012

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Eastern Red-backed Salamander Plethodon cinereus

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rpayne

Date

April 20, 2012

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Downy Yellow Violet Viola pubescens

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rpayne

Date

April 20, 2012

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broadleaf toothwort Cardamine diphylla

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rpayne

Date

April 20, 2012

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Carolina spring-beauty Claytonia caroliniana

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rpayne

Date

April 20, 2012

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Question Mark Polygonia interrogationis

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rpayne

Date

April 20, 2012

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Coltsfoot Tussilago farfara

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rpayne

Date

April 20, 2012

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Rock Pigeon Columba livia

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rpayne

Date

April 20, 2012

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rpayne

Date

April 19, 2012

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House Sparrow Passer domesticus

Observer

rpayne

Date

April 17, 2012

Description

Nesting in this piece of electrical utility equipment called a "service entrance cap." I've seen both House Sparrows and European Starlings compete for these nesting sites, but I have never seen any other species try to use them. It just doesn't seem right to me that this widespread standard piece of equipment is giving safe homes to invasive species. I might start cataloging every instance of this that I come across.

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Ferns Phylum Pteridophyta

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rpayne

Date

April 17, 2012

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Common Garter Snake Thamnophis sirtalis

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rpayne

Date

April 17, 2012

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small-flowered crowfoot Ranunculus abortivus

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rpayne

Date

April 17, 2012

Description

Flower about the diameter of a pencil eraser.

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Red Admiral Vanessa atalanta

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rpayne

Date

April 17, 2012

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Osprey Pandion haliaetus

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rpayne

Date

April 16, 2012

Place

(Somewhere...)

Description

This Osprey platform has been here for over a decade without ever being used. Fingers crossed that this bird makes a friend an builds a nest.

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Long-spurred Violet Viola rostrata

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rpayne

Date

April 14, 2012

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wake-robin Trillium erectum

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rpayne

Date

April 14, 2012

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yellow trout lily Erythronium americanum

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rpayne

Date

April 14, 2012

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Eastern Pine Elfin Callophrys niphon

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rpayne

Date

April 14, 2012

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Field pussytoes Antennaria neglecta

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rpayne

Date

April 13, 2012

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Coltsfoot Tussilago farfara

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rpayne

Date

April 10, 2012

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Windflower Genus Anemone

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rpayne

Date

April 10, 2012

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Bloodroot Sanguinaria canadensis

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rpayne

Date

April 10, 2012
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