Saturday, July 5, 2008


Red-Headed Woodpecker (Melanerpes erythrocephalus)

The woods are full of wildlife. Some animals are hard to find and even harder to photograph.
Grazers like deer and rabbits are found mostly in coastal and mountain meadows out side JDSF.
Bear, mountain lions, and bobcats are in the woods and their tracks can be found throughout the forest. Usually they hear you coming and run off before you see them.
At night raccoons, skunks, and owls are active.
Birds, amphibians, and insects are the easiest animals to find and view in the woods.
Looking for wildlife is a great way to explore the forest.
Get out and enjoy!

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