Yes! They’re like little works of art!
They are very cute too.
The most shocking thing about that is that Gerald only has 103 IDs! Clearly we have not IDed him well enough and need to add more.
I hate to be “that guy” but it is an opossum and not a shrew.
two faves: this incredible leucistic yellow-rumped warbler https://www.inaturalist.org/observations/67911293
and this Barn Owl rescue https://www.inaturalist.org/observations/105271958
Couldn’t believe this was a real living creature and not a toy: https://www.inaturalist.org/observations/101146666
Oh, that’s true! I also thought at first it was a shrew, and it’s even more surprising how ridiculously restricted its range seems to be.
This one still makes me laugh. https://www.inaturalist.org/observations/9170627
He’s waiting for someone to open the door .
An unforgettable encounter with nature:
Yes, it is a great photo.
Congratulations on successful eye surgery!
3D is cool, huh?
I have favourited a few photos:
A couple from the City Nature Challenge which just ended last week:
My absolute top favourites:
I adore these photos and the way the snake is curled up. https://www.inaturalist.org/observations/112870939
And this “sleeping” slug.
Welcome to the forum @tapaculo99
I came down here to say the same thing! Welcome @tapaculo99
That leucistic warbler is wonderful!
One of my favorites is the pair of red foxes I encountered. I was riding my bike and the fox on the left came out from the bushes. Moments later the fox on the right followed.
Welcome to the forum @madisonba13
My favourite shots show some cool behaviour one would not often get the chance to observe
Like this stand off between a wasp and a tarantula
Or this snake hunting spiders
Or this awesome observation of a blood thirsty darwin finch (only bird drinking blood on a regular basis!)
Please look at this: https://www.inaturalist.org/observations/4770340