EBPARK's helicopter kept buzzing over head for a while we walked, but save the helicopter that was the only human(s) we ever saw on our hike. A permit is required, but the Rocky Ridge trail in the Upper San Leandro Reservoir is definitely worth checking out.
Broken toy left at stream.
(Hippopotami are rare in these parts)
紅掌狨猴 Golden-handed Tamarin (Saguinus midas)
Some sort of humanoid seal that hauls out onto floating pontoons, perhaps two species, one with black rubbery skin, the other pale and hairless except for a tuft on top of the head.
Our favorite lepidopterist stalking the elusive Monarch butterfly.
Came across this photo of GREG LASLEY, one of my favorite iNat folks, and HAD to include as an observation. Realizing it may be "frivolous" info to some, I want to document how much help he has been to me and so many iNaturalists.
GREG LASLEY went above and beyond to fulfill his promise to speak to my Texas Master Naturalist chapter in Milam County, Texas on this date. This photo of GREG LASLEY was taken in Rockdale,Texas, while he was sharing his observations, experiences, and photographic skills with my El Camino Real Texas Master Naturalist Chapter.
Thanks, again, Greg.
Evidence of. Floating out of reach. McCafe large coffee cup.
Bob follows a lead. One of the cool things about Christmas bird counts is you almost always get curious questions and tips on where to find birds.
A primate (i/ˈpraɪmeɪt/ PRY-mayt) is a mammal of the order Primates (i/praɪˈmeɪtiːz/ pry-MAY-teez; Latin: "prime, first rank"), which contains prosimians and simians. Primates arose from ancestors that lived in the trees of tropical forests; many primate characteristics represent adaptations to life in this challenging three-dimensional environment. Most primate species remain at least partly arboreal.