these were wild big brown bats and one little brown bat lol theyre fast and hard to see at night! but i gotta try to get better, i think i can with some patience and luck. summer is here so there'll be lots of bats to pactice with!
Butterflies: First four are red admirals, a mourning cloak (Camberwell beauty), question mark and another 'cloak.
US from Canada: "See the map they're hovering right over us/Tell you the truth it makes me kinda nervous" (lol)
Squirrels: AWW! <3
i know what the butterfly species are i dont know them from the get go but i photo them and then id them with my book... i can ID some by heart but most i cant lol i like them theyre fun to photograph. these were 3 species ive never seen before.
Detroit looks pretty all lit up at night from our side, but its scary over there. its a whole other world. crime rate is ten times higher than ours! we dont really have homicide here, none really reported in over 50 years. but detroit, homicide is yesterday's news. we have the american news and thats all we hear about is homicide and other horrible things its scary over there
detroit is scary i feel bad for the good people who live there because theres no good end of town really you hear about crime from all ends of it. funny how two cities so close to eachother are so different lol
actually you did help! because if i had ID'd them wrong, you confirmed that i was right. i know who i am going to if i need help IDing some species!
Poor Detroit-ians... ;~; I know, seems strange to think about...
Yay! I know a lot of butterflies, but not all! I know some trees, wildflowers, other insects, mammals, reptiles, amphibians but mostly birds. I'm usually in the mood to help with IDs, so don't be afraid to ask.