User talk:Senapa/Archive 3
I wonder if your Hoary Marmot photo is actually of a Vancouver Island Marmot, Marmota vancouverensis? It does have a "hoary" back cape, but on the other hand it's really dark with distinct white chest markings. It's the only marmot on Vancouver Island, so if you took the photo there that would be definitive.
- I took this picture in Mount Rainier National Park, about here: https://maps.google.ru/maps?oe=UTF-8&hl=en&client=safari&q=46°+47'+53%22+N++121°+44'+7%22+W&ie=UTF-8&hq=&hnear=0x5490d30602345719:0x966a0aafc2dfdd24,%2B46°+47'+49.16%22,+-121°+44'+9.10%22&gl=ru&ei=lwowUcDCNerhiwLKw4CgCg&ved=0CC0Q8gEwAA — Steven P. (talk) 02:00, 1 March 2013 (UTC)
I use some of your photos
I have use some photos of Pisaster ochraceus from wikimedia in my free software educational proyect "Animalandia" (http://herramientas.educa.madrid.org/animalandia)
You can see directly in the follow link and click over "Siguiente" ("Next") several times:
If you wish (I hope "yes"), you can send me (via email@example.com) some letters or/and a photo for your "contributor profile" in Animalandia :
I want show to my students (and so everybody) that Animalandia is make for "real person", and I can tell them about "generosity", "share" and other similar words that we use very few at this time...
This is my "contributor profile" and others, for example:
In the future, I use more of your photos, I sure!
Thank you for the licence and, of course, for your splendid photos!! Regards! Fernando Lisón
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