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This eastern cottontail rabbit seen here in western Washington is a non-native animal, introduced from the eastern states in the 1930's as a game animal, where it has since florished. http://ow.ly/Okfy309bQkd

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You never know what you will see when driving through rural Florida. This alligator head - probably a leftover from poachers - was being picked clean by vultures in Hendry County. http://ow.ly/k4Bb309bQkg

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Possibly a hybrid, this confederate trillium (or wakerobin) has the distinct silvery-green stripes through the center of the leaves, but it is not as pronounces as the typical pattern. This was photographed in a forest where the confederate and spotted trilliums are found growing together. http://ow.ly/rm9u309bPvL

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A pair of baby wood storks with parent standing on a branch with their nest deep in a Florida swamp. http://ow.ly/XRpm309bPvK

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New Photo!!!! At First Light – Banff’s Cascade Mountain
http://www.leightonphotography.com/blog/banffs-cascade-mountain/

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New Photos! Pacific Madrone (also known as the Manzanita)

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NEW PHOTOS! Unusual but not unheard of, this northwestern garter snake (Thamnophis ordinoides) was unexpectedly found actively hunting in the grass near the beach on a rare February sunny day on the Oregon Coast in Oswald West State Park. One of the smallest of…

#snakes   #herps   #reptiles   #pacificnorthwest

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