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Forest Webquest Deer Mouse Snowshoe Hare Great Gray Owl Beaver Moose Black Bear Gray Wolf Wolverine Red Fox Chickadee Squirrel
Deer Mouse Animal: deer mouse Class: mammal Covering: brown and white fur Home: burrow Food: seeds, small insects, fruits * omnivore Enemy: owls, foxes, raccoons
Great Gray Owl Animal: great gray owl Class: bird Covering: brown, gray, and white feathers Home: tree hollow Food: mice, rabbits, squirrels * carnivore Enemy: bears, lynx
Squirrel Animal: squirrel Class: mammal Covering: brown and gray fur Home: tree hole Food: seeds, nuts, pinecones * herbivore Enemy: owls, foxes, hawks
Beaver Animal: beaver Class: mammal Covering: brown fur Home: lodge Food: tree bark * herbivore Enemy: foxes, owls (owls hunt young beavers)
Snowshoe Hare Animal: snowshoe hare Class: mammal Covering: brown fur in summer, white fur in winter Home: brush Food: grass, ferns, berries * herbivore Enemy: foxes, hawks
Moose Animal: moose Class: mammal Covering: dark brown fur Home: forest, near water Food: leaves, bark *herbivore Enemy: wolves, bears
Black Bear Animal: black bear Class: mammal Covering: black fur Home: den Food: berries, nuts, fish, small mammals * omnivore Enemy: other bears, wolves
Gray Wolf Animal: gray wolf Class: mammal Covering: gray and brown fur Home: forest Food: moose, mice, bears * carnivore Enemy: none – top of the food chain
Wolverine Animal: wolverine Class: mammal Covering: brown and black fur Home: boreal forest Food: deer, rabbits, berries * omnivore Enemy: wolves, bears
Red Fox Animal: red fox Class: mammal Covering: orange and white fur Home: den Food: berries, fruits, rabbits, birds, mice * omnivore Enemy: wolves, bears
Chickadee Animal: chickadee Class: bird Covering: brown, black, and gray feathers Home: nests in old woodpecker holes Food: insects, seeds, nuts * omnivore Enemy: foxes, owls
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