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Wild Woods Guide Contents

ANIMAL KINGDOM

Birds
Barred Owl
Black Duck
Black-Capped Chickadee
Blue Jay
Broad-Winged Hawk
Common Merganser
Great Blue Heron
Hermit Thrush
Herring Gull
Hummingbird
Kingfisher
Loon
Osprey
Ovenbird
Raven
Red-Breasted Nuthatch
Red-Eyed Vireo
Red-Winged Blackbird
Ruffed Grouse
Song Sparrow
Spotted Sandpiper
Tree Swallow
Turkey Vulture
White-Throated Sparrow
Yellow-Bellied Sapsucker
Yellow-Rumped Warbler

Creepy-Crawlies
Bees, Wasps , and Hornets
Blackflies
Deerflies and Horseflies
Dragonflies
Fireflies
Mayflies
Monarch Butterfly
Mosquitoes
Moths
Spiders
Water Striders

Fish and Aquatic Companions
Brook Trout
Crayfish
Lake Monsters
Leeches
Minnows
Perch
Pike
Smallmouth Bass
Walleye

Mammals
Beaver
Black Bear
Chipmunk
Coyote
Deer Mouse
Flying Squirrel
Little Brown Bat
Mink
Moose
Otter
Porcupine
Raccoon
Red Fox
Red Squirrel
Skunk
Snowshoe Hare
White-Tailed Deer
Wolf
Woodchuck

Reptiles and Amphibians
American Toad
Eastern Newt
Garter Snake
Green Frog
Leopard Frog
Painted Turtle
Redback Salamander
Redbelly Snake
Snapping Turtle
Spring Peeper
Wood Frog

PLANT KINGDOM

Plants
Blue Bead Lily
Blueberry
Bunchberry
Canada Mayflower
Cattail
Doll’s Eyes
Ferns
Fungi
Indian Pipe
Jack-in-the-Pulpit
Jewelweed
Large-Flowered Trillium
Lichens
Moccasin Flower
Moss
Pickerelweed
Solomon’s Seal
Trailing Arbutus
Trout Lily
Violets
Water Lily
Wild Iris
Wild Sarsaparilla
Wintergreen
Wood Sorrel

Trees and Shrubs
Balsam Fir
Basswood
Beech
Black Ash
Black Spruce
Chokecherry
Eastern Hemlock
Jack Pine
Paper Birch
Quaking Aspen
Red Maple
Red Oak
Red Pine
Speckled Alder
Sugar Maple
Tamarack
White Cedar
White Pine
White and Red Spruce
Yellow Birch

THE HEAVENS

Day Sky
Clouds
Mist, Dew and Fog
Rain & Snow
Rainbows
Sky
Sun
Thunder and Lightning
Wind and Weather Systems

Night Sky
Big Dipper
Boötes
Cassiopeia
Corona Borealis
Draco
Falling Stars
Milky Way
Moon
Northern Lights
North Star and Little Dipper
Pegasus and Andromeda
Planets and Comets
Satellites
Star Charts
Summer Triangle
Zodiac and Ecliptic

MOTHER EARTH
Adirondacks
Appalachians
Eskers, Moraines, and Other Glacial Features
Humus and Soil
Lakes
Michigan Basin
Superior Uplands
Wetlands

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