[PR] Gain and Get More Likes and Followers on Instagram.

calwildphoto calwildphoto

15 posts   94 followers   220 followings

California Wildlife & Nature  Towering redwoods, breathtaking beaches, low lying deserts, flowers in the concrete jungle, and the critters that call it home. #calwild @chirpchick


Watch your step! I found this red diamond rattlesnake while hiking in Riverside this weekend! What a beauty! Red diamond rattlesnakes are found in southwest Southern California and Baja. #calwild

Beautiful capture of a California quail by @morningspacewalk Thanks so much for tagging your photo #calwild Molly!

Thank you @lunateege for tagging #calwild in this photo of some bull elk practicing for the rut!

Happy International Vulture Awareness Day! Here's to nature's cleanup crew- for doing the job that nobody else wants to do!🍻(photo is my own @chirpchick ) #vulture #turkeyvulture #scavengers #carrion #cleanupcrew Don't forget to tag #calwild to be featured!

I hope you're not afraid of creepy-crawlies! This photo of a green lynx spider 🕷 was shared with us by @nikkocurti , thanks Joey for tagging #calwild ! From spiders.us: This spider does not spin a web for prey capture. Instead, it sits and waits for prey to come nearby and then pounces on it with lightning speed and agility. It may also actively stalk its prey, running and jumping from branch to branch with ease, which is how it earned the nickname “lynx spider.”

Thanks @rachelyiling for tagging #calwild in this awesome photo of a western banded gecko. From digitaldesert.com: Western Banded Geckos are primarily nocturnal, foraging at night and hiding under a variety of objects such as rocks, stems, and other types of debris during the daytime. They are most active during the spring. The Western Banded Gecko ranges throughout the southwestern United States and northwestern Mexico, closely mirroring the combined Mojave and Sonoran Deserts.

Thank you Linda (@cricket4 ) for tagging #CalWild in this beautiful photo of a blue grosbeak, one of our most colorful spring/summer visitors!

Wild red foxes 🦊Thanks @lunateege for sharing this photo and tagging #calwild Red foxes (which can also be silver or black in color) are not native to California, they were introduced here via fur farms and sport hunting. From nationalgeographic.com: "Red foxes live around the world in many diverse habitats including forests, grasslands, mountains, and deserts. They also adapt well to human environments such as farms, suburban areas, and even large communities. The red fox's resourcefulness has earned it a legendary reputation for intelligence and cunning." You sly foxes 😉

Burrowing owls- arguably the grumpiest feathered residents in California. Today's post brought to you by #elchirpo himself, @jeffpatch ! Thanks for following and tagging #calwild .

It's a super bloom in Southern California!Let's see your best California wildflower photos! Tag #calwild for a chance to be featured on our page!

Thank you @roger_elliott_photo for tagging us in this fantastic picture of an elephant seal in Point Reyes, California! Remember to tag #calwild for a chance to be featured on the page.

Here's some #california #wildlife in honor of #worldwildlifeday

Most Popular Instagram Hashtags