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About jdeitsch

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  1. South TX: Yellowlegs

    1. I think so, with dowitchers, some whistling ducks, and a Blue-winged teal. 2. Yep, with a Solitary Sandpiper in front? 3. Yep
  2. Whatbird's Young Birders!

    just going to pop in and leave this here https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=J51LPlP-s9o
  3. Grand Teton/Yellowstone Trip

    I had a Trumpeter Swan at Flat Creek Observation Point in Jackson Hole.
  4. Ebird question

    I am not sure how to do that, but it sounds like a fun situation.
  5. Whatbird's Young Birders!

    Something like this? http://www.vanguardworld.us/nature_us/endeavor-hd-82a.html#go-sectionTop
  6. Whatbird's Young Birders!

    Anybody know of a nice lightweight, fairly cheap scope? Or some websites I can look on?
  7. That's definitely a Gulf Frit, even though I'm a few months late.
  8. 4 From Central Ohio

    4. Meal Moth
  9. Moths from Covington Louisiana

    1. yes, one of those confusing micros 2. Helicoverpea zea - Corn Earworm, or something similar 3. Leptostales crossii - Cross's Wave Moth? 4. Samea ecclesialis - Assembly Moth 5. Schinia arcigera - Arcigera Flower Moth
  10. ichneumon wasp? South Louisiana

    Something in the genus Enicospilus I'd say.
  11. robber fly sp

    It's definitely something in that genus.
  12. Whatbird's Young Birders!

    I'm also quite unsure as to how the offending apostrophe even got there. I certainly don't have the foggiest memory of putting it there...
  13. Whatbird's Young Birders!

    Did you see my comment back to you with all the grammar errors on IG?
  14. Whatbird's Young Birders!

    "Moths can't be pretty." Syngamia florella - Red-waisted Florella Moth by John Deitsch, on Flickr