Missy McAllister-Kerr

Unido: jun 20, 2015 Última actividad: sep 27, 2023 iNaturalist Patrocinador mensual desde julio 2021

Love is the bridge between you and everything.

Don't be a Thumper...If you don't have anything nice to say (or can't say it nicely), don't say anything at all.

Just walk away from the computer until you are in the right frame of mind. Life's too short to make yourself feel bad about being mean to someone or to make someone else feel bad for no real reason. Thank you.

Love everything outdoors!

I'm honored to be a North Central Texas Master Birder. That doesn't mean I'm an expert, it just means that I have completed this wonderful program. To find out more about this program, please, visit: https://www.nctexasbirds.com/2018-master-birder-program

Here's my eBird profile: https://ebird.org/profile/MTk5MDY0
Moth Photographers Group: http://mothphotographersgroup.msstate.edu/contrib_living.php?init=MMK
Bugguide.net: https://bugguide.net/user/view/132488

I spend most of my time in North Central Texas and a fair amount of time in Middle Central Texas at the top of the Edwards Plateau.
If you would like an additional reliable species occurrence graph of birds for North Central Texas, also check out the Fort Worth Audubon's Birds of Tarrant County Field Checklist and Graph of Occurrence. It will help guide you as to which bird species can be expected and at what frequency.
Additional resources: North Central Texas Birds https://www.nctexasbirds.com/home - This site is intended to act as a clearinghouse for bird sightings with associated photo images, area review species, and checklist information for North-Central Texas birds.
Texas Bird Images https://www.texasbirdimages.com/home - An Archive of over 10,000 Texas Bird Images Photo-Documented by Geographic Region - This website is a digital archive for Texas photo-documented bird records as defined by the Texas Ornithological Society geographical reporting region, and forms a partnership with the Texas Bird Records Committee for records under their purview. Follow the link to read about the mission of the Texas Birds Archive. Information on the Texas Accepted Species List and details on codes and review species are discussed in-depth on the Texas Bird Records Committee's web site. For information about contributing images to this site, please see instructions on the page entitled "About Photo-Documentation." All photographic submissions should be addressed to: texasbirdimages@gmail.com

Links to stuff I want to find again:
Identify Moths

Mixed Species Lep Copulation





    Other helpful info

@paul_dennehy Acrolophus of the East- A Rough ID Guide - https://www.inaturalist.org/posts/82871-acrolophus-of-the-east-a-rough-id-guide#activity_comment_fa4e4967-c7b1-49bc-9083-488affd3691a
Petrophila Moths by @gcwarbler
https://www.inaturalist.org/journal/gcwarbler/archives/2017/09 - Cisthene moths
https://www.inaturalist.org/observations/40572089 - Acrolophus griseus
https://www.inaturalist.org/observations/5484942 Paectes
https://www.inaturalist.org/observations/44560443 - Eyed Click Beetles
Stink Bugs http://texasento.net/TX_Pentatomidae.html
Spiders of Texas - https://pecanspiders.tamu.edu/spiders-of-texas/
Flies - https://sites.google.com/view/flyguide
Syrphini - Southeastern USA https://www.inaturalist.org/posts/35049-syrphini-southeastern-usa
Common North American Noctuid Moth Identification https://forum.inaturalist.org/t/wiki-common-north-american-noctuid-moth-identification/10831
Emerald Moths of the US and Canada
All moths in Hamilton County, Texas
All moths in Tarrant County, TX
All moths in Texas
All moths in US
All moths in the world

Moth Collection Project

My Maverick ids:

Microtheoris ID


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