Boreal Forest

red fox

Red Fox

Did you know that foxes are part of the dog family known as canids? Wolves and coyotes are also part of the canid family. Where do foxes live? Red Foxes are the most common species of foxes and are found throughout most of the US and Canada. They live in woodlands and also farm land.

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Woodland Caribou

Click To Enlarge The Woodland Caribou is a medium-sized (smaller than moose, but larger than deer) mammal found throughout the northern boreal forest. Adult bulls (males) weigh up to 600 lbs, but average about 400 lbs. Cows (females) average 250 lbs. Their life span is about 10-15 years. Both males and females grow antlers, which

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bald eagle

Bald Eagle

Eagles are one of the most majestic of all North American birds and it is easy to see why our forefathers chose the eagle as our national symbol. They are powerful, large efficient hunters. What do bald eagles look like? Adult bald eagles have a noticeable white head and tail. Their other plumage is brown

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