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3 hours ago, Johnd said:

I think these are some type of termite.


49970721798_c8aea83416_k.jpg2020-06-04_02-07-25 by johnd1964, on Flickr

I don't know if there are any bug experts on this forum. Those are definitely Coreidae nymphs, but I'm not experienced enough to narrow them down further.

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A few years ago while birding I came across this 20 foot Minke Whale in a bay not far from NYC being rescued by New Jersey's Marine Mammal Stranding Center. It had become stuck in shallow water & fortunately the men were able to push it back into deeper water as the tide was rising & it swam off.





Juvenile Harbor Seal


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On 10/15/2020 at 6:04 AM, RobinHood said:

A Mink coming ashore and debating whether to ignore me or not - they usually do.

Mink coming ashore HVT-7505731.jpg

Mink stay or go HVT-7505740.jpg

Wow! I didn't know that animals like weasels and minks were so easy to find! I've always had trouble photographing mustelids....:classic_dry:

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