Have you witnessed wildlife in your own backyard? Have you been tracking bird migrations, or have you witnessed seasonal temperatures affecting wildlife? Have you just seen strange wildlife behavior in general? We want to hear from you!
On 11/19/2014 nick wrote:
I'm a student at Ferrum College, in Franklin County Virginia. While walking to class every day, I observe and take pictures of the geese and ducks whom occupy the lake at school. their flight patterns, social interractions between species, and temperament towards humans are very interesting to say the least.
On 11/17/2014 Patricia wrote:
I have been trying for several days to bring up a Watch List for Illinois, but your system seems not to be working. I keep getting a list for all of the U. S. and the pictures associated with the text do not appear (there is an "error" message instead).
On 11/16/2014 Susan wrote:
11/15/14 Hundreds and hundreds of Whooping/Sand Hill Cranes flying in groups of 50+, meeting up with other groups, forming circles of 1 to 2 hundred birds, swirling and "whooping", then flying off. Usually see this activity in late October.
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