Woodward Woods Scavenger Hunt #2


    This is a remnant of farm borders.

      This could belong to a bird or a rodent such as a squirrel or mouse.

        This hole in the ground is the home of a rodent, reptile or amphibian.

          Footprints from animals can often be seen in soft or damp ground.

            Rivers, streams and ponds are found in the Woodward Woods property.

              Nut and seed shells, browse evidence on twigs, and clumps of fur or feathers indicate an animal has been eating in the area.

                Holes in trees can be animal homes or evidence of a woodpecker searching for insects.

                  Look around. Can you tell what made this tree fall?

                    Poop from forest animals shows what those animals eat, what kind of animals live in the forest, and returns nutrition to the soil.

                      These small morsels are nutritious food for many forest residents.

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