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.
Often mistaken as a dandelion as it looks like one. The catsear flowering stems are forked and solid, whereas the dandelion has unforked and hollow stems.
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.
Whitish flowers, often with a tint of pink or cream. Heads are generally 1.5 to 2 cm wide.
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.
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.
Has a yellowish-green featherlike appearance. Forms dense mats on rocks, rotten wood or soil.
Bluish-gray lichen, grows on tree branches, on soil and bare rocks.
Redish-green mats found against rocks. Appears to be very dry and crunchy.
Thick brown and light green stems. Roughly 2 ft tall. Darker green leaves toward the base of the plant .
Green fan-shaped leaves. Known for its unique seeds.
Average heighth is 16 to 30 m. Has oval leaves that are rather round and serrated around the edge.
Flowers are dark pink with a light pink base. Each leaflet is green with a pale " V " shape in the outer half of the leaf.
Ranges from 30 to 80 ft tall. Has needle-like leaves. Large spiny cones.
Commonly known as a bleeding heart. Pink heart-shaped flowers.
Cone-like shape. Has dark green needle-like leaves. Branches droop downward at the tips.