Other Animals

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Annelida (Segmented Worms)

Leech

Leech. Leech sucker is inset.


Aves (Birds)

Pelican

One of the pelicans. The other was a brown pelican.

peacocks

A peacock and peahen

Pyrrhuloxia

Pyrrhuloxia sitting on an ocatillo

female mallard

A female mallard, taking a vigorous mid-afternoon bath.

hummingbird

A hummingbird has a very high metabolic rate.

egret

Egrets and other wading birds like to eat water bugs!


Cypriniformes (Ray-Finned Fishes)

bonytail fish

Bonytail in a recovery tank after having blood drawn


Reptilia (Reptiles)

Rattlesnake

Rattlesnake

rattlesnake

Rattlesnake!

rat snake

Black rat snake


Rodentia (Rodents)

gerbil

A typical rodent has a low metabolic rate.


quick note about permissions. I am more than happy for people to use my photos in presentations, educational materials, and websites, but please acknowledge me if you do.  All images posted on websites should include a link to this blog.  I spend a lot of time and effort photographing these insects, so please be kind and let people know where you got your images.  If you wish to use them in print materials, please leave a comment below (you will be asked to enter your e mail address, which only I will be able to see) and I will contact you by e mail regarding permission.  I keep the images I post here small and relatively low resolution to save space, but I can provide higher resolution, larger photos for print if desired.

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