Eastern Deciduous Forest
A plethora of animals live in this area, approximately 43 mammals species, 154 species of birds birds, 23 species of reptiles, and 17 amphibian species.
American Black Bears- They mostly stick to eating fish, berries, and other small prey and plants. They adapt to different areas very well, say if there were mostly fish and not a lot of plat material in one area they would be fine, and in vice versa.
Bald Eagle- The Bald Eagel has adapted rather large feet, known as talons, they come in handy when picking up prey such as mice, baby rabbits, and other small rodents that they eat. They are also slowly becoming less endangered with help of no hunt laws.
Common Garter Snake- They seem to adapt in their diet, whether it's baby birds or crayfish. They have a large diet which consists of small mammals, baby birds, insects, and small fish.
White Oak- they can grow up to be 100 feet tall and their trunks can be 4 feet across also. The white tailed deer which is found in this forest eats off of this plant forming a relationship. They prefer well drained soil but can adapt to others excluding marshy soil.
Sugar Mapel- It is said that the sugar maple is one of the best loved trees. Deer, mice, and other small mammals love to eat this tree. This tree is also one of the most common in the area. They have adapted to only rooting themselves into nutrient rich soil.
Weather and What to Wear.
Fall (late August-Early November)- cooler and ranging from 65°F to 50°F. You may want a jacket, thick socks, proper shoes/boots, and you may want gloves.
Winter ( Late November to Early March)- Very cold and snowy, 50°F in early winter but late winter can get down to the negatives. Wear boots, thick socks, warm clothes, a thick jacket, gloves, a hat, and other things to help keep warm.
Spring (March to May)- cool and warmer as the season progresses, 50°F to 70°F. Light jacket, proper boots/shoes, may want a hat or gloves, rain clothes, and other things that are deemed appropriate for this season.