It's about 2.5 inches in length and is dark in color. It looks like a shield and attaches to rocks.
They ranged from colors of orange, red, and purple, never pink and had five arms, their arms are short in length.
A large Townsend's chipmunk can be about 14 inches from its nose to tail. The Townsend's Chipmunk can be distinguishable by its grayish tail on the top and a reddish color beneath the tail, and it has a brownish color to it with black and white stripes.
Brownish black in color with yellow stripes, with an average length of about 22 inches and a maximum of about 54 inches and weighs about 5.3 ounces.
This waterfowl has a black and white body and head, with a gray beak.
The smell is like that of a skunk, with a pretty yellow colored flower, this plant has massive sized leaves. Flowers are hooded and leaves are oval in shape that bloom from March to June. This plant can be found in wet swampy bog-like areas and is pollinated by flies.
Very broad green leaflets that alternate.
Usually black or grey in color with spots to camouflage with pebbled beaches.
This Raccoon weigh about 15 to 40 pounds, about 3 feet long which includes its foot long, bushy, ringed black and gray tail.
This deer is distinguishable by its black tail, the tail is broad and the backside of the tail is covered with a dark brown color that gets black near the tip. An average adult black-tailed deer buck weighs about 140 to 200 pounds and adult doe weighs about 90 to 130 pounds.
They are grayish brown in color and are about 3 inches across and about 1.4 inches in width.
This bird is seen almost anywhere by the water. It has a white head, body and gray wings, with a yellow beak with a small red dot near the tip, with pink legs and feet.
This bird soars and glides in the air. It is distinctive by its large brown body and white head.
The leaves on this plant is serrated and fuzzy looking.
Tightly closed shell and white in color. These barnacles are very abundant on rocky beaches.
About 1.5 inches in length and a dark blueish purple color. Found on beaches attached to rocks.
The Eastern Gray Squirrel has grayish-brown fur, except for their bellies, which have pale white fur. They eat a wide variety of food such as acorns, maple bark, fungi and insects.
Vibrant yellow flowers that tower over tall grass. Relatively the size of a quarter.
Blue, pink or white flowers that each have a yellow center. Found in gardens and moist habitats.
Commonly red with black spots on their wings. Ranges from 1 mm to 10 mm.
Can grow up to 2.5 meters tall. Often grows in large clumps. Flowers are 2 to 6 centimeters in diameter, with five white petals that bloom from May to July. Leaves are 5 lobed, hairy and toothed. Stems are green to light brown in color. Berries are red in color and are edible, ripen June to August. Found on roadsides, open forests, and disturbed areas.
Flower is 1 to 3 centimeters in length, often a bright pink-purple color. Has hairless to hairy stems that can reach two meters in maximum length.
A whitish bell shaped mushroom. Stem is 4 to 13 centimeters long and 1 cm thick.
A dark gray bell shaped mushroom. Stem is fragile, hollow and silky.
A bright yellow-orange fungi.
A dark red-brown spore that can grow up to 12 to 16 in. across. Has a hard, woody-texture.
Found in a wide variety of colors. Resembles the tail of a wild turkey.
A brown bell shaped cap with a white and brown stem. About 2 inches long.
A light oranged fungi. Prefers warm soil. Indicates that new life is being restored.