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Outreach/Education

On this page we wish to share interesting information about nature and wildlife. You will find Words to Know, Baby Bird Match, Who Did That, and more to enhance your knowledge of wildlife.


Downy Woodpecker Chick

A few wildlife family names:

Opposum - The male is a jack, the female is called a jill and the baby is a joey, like other marsupial or "pouched" babies. Wonder if mom and dad go up a hill to fetch water?

Squirrel- The male is called a buck and the female a doe, like deer. The babies can be called kit, pup or kitten. A group is call a dray.

Turtle- They are called male and female, babies are called hatchlings and a group is a bale.

Raccoon- The male is called a boar and the female a sow, the babies are called cubs and a group is a nursery or gaze. Like both pigs and bears!

Rabbit- The male rabbit is a buck and the female is a doe. The many babies can be called kittens or kits but most often called bunnies. A group is a colony or drove.

Woodpeckers - are called male and female and the baby birds are named chicks and a group is a descent.

Pigeons - referred to as cocks and hens. The babies are squabs and the group, like many other birds are called flocks.

Blue jays and hummingbirds are the same. However their babies are called chicks and a group of Blue Jays can be called a band or a party! A group of hummingbirds are called a charm - how charming!



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