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Catalpa

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Base of an elm

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Red maple
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Yellow-footed Gull
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Cotorra Gris de Argentina Myiopsitta monachus

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Monk Parakeet
Myiopsitta monachus
this South American native builds bulky stick nests among the branches, both for raising young and for sleeping in at night. Many North American cities now have local colonies of Monk Parakeets, established by birds escaped from captivity. Despite some dire predictions in the past, these noisy but colorful birds have not yet spread to take over the countryside.
https://www.audubon.org/field-guide/bird/monk-parakeet

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Great Blue Heron
Ardea herodias
Highly adaptable, it thrives around all kinds of waters from subtropical mangrove swamps to desert rivers to the coastline of southern Alaska. With its variable diet it is able to spend the winter farther north than most herons, even in areas where most waters freeze.
Habitat
Marshes, swamps, shores, tideflats. Very adaptable. Forages in any kind of calm fresh waters or slow-moving rivers, also in shallow coastal bays. Nests in trees or shrubs near water, sometimes on ground in areas free of predators. "Great White" form is mostly in salt water habitats.
https://www.audubon.org/field-guide/bird/great-blue-heron

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Nanday Parakeet
Aratinga nenday
originally found in the central interior of South America, from southern Brazil to northern Argentina. It has been popular in the cage bird trade, and Nanday Parakeets escaped from captivity have established large feral populations around Los Angeles, in the Tampa Bay area of Florida, and along Florida’s southeastern coast. Smaller numbers are seen elsewhere, including other parts of Florida and near Phoenix, Arizona.

https://www.audubon.org/field-guide/bird/nanday-parakeet

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Mistletoe

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Wild turkey

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Daffodil

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Shag bark maple

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Milk-White Toothed Polypore Irpex lacteus (Polyporus tulipiferae)

Identification: White, crust-like, flat to substrate, pores breaking into teeth
Season of fruiting: Spring-fall
Ecosystem function: White rot of hardwoods
Edibility: Inedible
Fungal note: This fungus is very common on dead branches of hardwood trees.

https://www.fs.fed.us/nrs/pubs/gtr/gtr_nrs79.pdf

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Common Split gill: Schizophyllum commune
Identification: Clusters of leathery, whitish gray, fan-shaped gilled
fruit bodies
Season of fruiting: Perennial
Ecosystem function: White sapwood rot of living and dead hardwood trees
Edibility: Inedible
Fungal note: Spores of this fungus were obtained from fruit bodies after 50 years of dry storage. Each gill is split into two halves that curl in dry weather to protect the spore-bearing surface.

https://www.fs.fed.us/nrs/pubs/gtr/gtr_nrs79.pdf

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Turkey Tail Trametes versicolor (Coriolus versicolor, Polyporus versicolor)
Identification: Cap thin, leathery bracket-like; surface velvet-like with concentric bands of brown-red-yellow-gray-blue colors; pores white- yellow
Season of fruiting: Spring-fall
Ecosystem function: Causes a white rot of hardwood trees and logs Edibility: Inedible
Fungal note: Wood decayed by this fungus often has black zone lines where different clones of this species meet but do not exchange genetic material. The zone lines produce beautiful patterns in turned vases and other objects made with the affected wood, known as spalted wood.

https://www.fs.fed.us/nrs/pubs/gtr/gtr_nrs79.pdf

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Artist’s Conk Ganoderma applanatum (Fomes applanatus)
Identification: Shelf-like, hard gray-brown zonate upper surface; white lower surface that turns brown when scratched

Season of fruiting: Perennial

Ecosystem function: Causes a white stem and butt rot of hardwoods

Edibility: Inedible

Fungal note: The most common perennial wood decay fungus of dead and dying hardwood trees. A single conk can produce 1.25 billion spores each hour for 5-6 months each year.

https://www.fs.fed.us/nrs/pubs/gtr/gtr_nrs79.pdf

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