Unido: 20.ene.2020 Última actividad: 29.may.2024 iNaturalist

Evolutionary biologist by training, educator by passion. Interested in almost everything, but especially reptiles (non-avian and avian). Willing to contort body to get camera closer for a better photo. He/they

The majority of my recent observations occurred on the ancestral and ongoing homelands of the Coastal Salish peoples, particularly the spuyaləpabš (Puyallup), bəqəlšuł (Muckleshoot), dxʷdəwʔabš (Duwamish), and Nisqually peoples.

I deeply appreciate those experts (academic, professional, or hobbyist) who actively identify records on iNaturalist, including my own. I have learned so much from your generosity, and continue to learn. Thank you!

Most of my identifications to iNaturalist records are categorizing untagged/unclassified observations to high taxonomic levels. I hope that these records will see some attention from experts rather than disappearing into the very large "unknown taxon" haystack. See Identification Etiquette on iNaturalist:

"Any day you see a mammal is a good day." - Dr. Bill Teska

Northwest Wildflowers:

Identifying common North American orbweavers from the ventral side:

Searchable feather atlas of North American birds:

Documenting mushrooms:

Trillium ovatum and relatives:

A Bug Photographer's Guide to Critical Images Needed for Identification:

Genus Taraxacum in British Columbia:

PNW mushroom pictorial key:

Tadpole and frog egg ID:

Identifying WA state amphibians and their egg masses:

PNW Trilliums:

Hopper insects of North Carolina:

Ichneumonids of North America:

Getting Oaks identified:

PNW Shells and Marine Life:

Reptiles of Ecuador:

PNW Moths:

PNW Sculpins:

PNW Flatfishes:

Invertebrates of the Salish Sea

Key to the Eleodes Species of the United States and Canada:

Bryophyte Fauna of North America:

It is my wish that all of the content I have contributed to iNaturalist remain on the site after my death.

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