Gray Jays are found in North America, mostly in northern Fir and Spruce forests of Canada, Alaska, and parts of the Pacific coast, Rocky Mountains, and Canada bordered Midwestern states of the U.S. I saw this one and many others in the Sax-Zim Bog in northern Minnesota.
White-tailed deer are the smallest member of the North American deer family. Some characteristics are that they have good hearing and eyesight, they can run up to 40 miles per hour. Also, they can leap and with a running start they can jump 30 feet high. I saw this one in the Sax-Zim Bog in… Read More A WHITE-TAILED DEER
Here is a Common Raven that I saw while I was in northern Minnesota. They are a bird I never tire of seeing, I have posted photos of them many times and this is my new favorite photo of one. Here are a couple of posts I have written about them here: THE INTELLIGENT RAVEN and RAVENS &… Read More COMMON RAVEN
Here is a general overview of habitat loss… A habitat is an ecological or environmental area colonized by particular plants or animals. What is habitat loss? Habitat loss is damage to a living area of multiple species. It is the leading cause of threatened, endangered, and extinct plants and animals. There are three types of… Read More HABITAT LOSS