Fregata magnificens (Juvenil)
Id: Luis Santos Vazquez
Isla de los Pájaros, Arriaga, Chiapas.
Surprising vagrant. Even more surprising that it is singing in the middle of summer.
In and around backyard pond
Females and/or young buntings visiting seed feeder outside kitchen window along with a male bird.
Male bunting in observation:
During a Yellow-billed cuckoo survey I saw this Ornate Box Turtle in the mesquite bosque. The photo is a bit blurry, taken with my GPS unit.
Sun glare through window.in need of a good washing.
Male visiting seed feeder with several female and or young buntings.
Found on tree. There were no other lizards spotted nearby. The lizard was about 6 in long with tail. There was a slightly darker spot on the tip of its head. There was also a darker stripe down the side. Id based off of previous iNat observations.
Chordates (/ˈkɔrdeɪts/) are animals possessing a notochord, a hollow dorsal nerve cord, pharyngeal slits, an endostyle, and a post-anal tail for at least some period of their life cycles. Taxonomically, the phylum includes the subphyla Vertebrata, including mammals, fish, amphibians, reptiles, birds; Tunicata, including salps and sea squirts; and Cephalochordata, comprising the lancelets. Members of the phylum Chordata are bilaterally symmetric, deuterostome coelomates, and the vertebrate chordates display segmentation.