Animals of the
IÕm going to tell you about the wolves, coyotes, foxes, hares, black bears, humming birds, hawks that live in the aspen parklands.
The red tailed hawk has many interesting features, ItÕs wing span is 48 cm and itÕs body length is18 cm .It has short legs, a dark body, has a hooked beak, and is large in width .It has wide wings and a wide tail, and baby hawks are very different than adults.
The snowshoe hare are the most common animal in the forest. ItÕs not easily seen in the summer but they leave a lot tracks in the winter.
Black bears are other animals found in the Aspen Parklands. They are smaller than a grizzly bear and a polar bear; Black bears are also in the same family as the polar and grizzly bear .The family is ursidae.
Wolves arenÕt as scary as you might think, they do kill animals but donÕt usually kill people. They may if you scare them or run but if your clam they probably will leave you alone.
The red foxes habitat is almost everywhere. They are found in
The Ruby throat humming bird features are, ItÕs ruby throat goes all the way from itÕs throat to itÕs tail. The length of his throat is 7.5 to slightly more than 9cm.People say itÕs fantastic and beautiful.
There are 200 species of birds in the Northwest parklands. One of the birds is the sand hill crane.
Other animals in the
going to tell you about the bison or buffalo that once lived in the
The prairie dog is a short tailed rodent related to the squirrel! Some people say there are more than a million.
There are two endangered animals that live in the
The other endangered animal is the Bull Trout .The Bull trout is endangered because of over fishing. In the early 1900Õs it was unwanted and replaced by other fish. It is almost extinct.
Future for endangered animals
In the future I would believe the Trumpeter swan would be
extinct, at least in the
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