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Wildlife of the Kentucky Cumberland River Region
Wildlife of the Kentucky Cumberland River Region
Wildlife of the Kentucky Cumberland River Region
Wildlife of the Kentucky Cumberland River Region
Wildlife of the Kentucky Cumberland River Region
Wildlife of the Kentucky Cumberland River Region
Wildlife of the Kentucky Cumberland River Region
Wildlife of the Kentucky Cumberland River Region
Wildlife of the Kentucky Cumberland River Region
Wildlife of the Kentucky Cumberland River Region
Wildlife of the Kentucky Cumberland River Region
Wildlife of the Kentucky Cumberland River Region
Wildlife of the Kentucky Cumberland River Region
Wildlife of the Kentucky Cumberland River Region
Wildlife of the Kentucky Cumberland River Region
Wildlife of the Kentucky Cumberland River Region
Wildlife of the Kentucky Cumberland River Region
Wildlife of the Kentucky Cumberland River Region
Wildlife of the Kentucky Cumberland River Region
Wildlife of the Kentucky Cumberland River Region
Wildlife of the Kentucky Cumberland River Region
Wildlife of the Kentucky Cumberland River Region
Wildlife of the Kentucky Cumberland River Region
Wildlife of the Kentucky Cumberland River Region
Wildlife of the Kentucky Cumberland River Region
Wildlife of the Kentucky Cumberland River Region
Wildlife of the Kentucky Cumberland River Region
Wildlife of the Kentucky Cumberland River Region
Wildlife of the Kentucky Cumberland River Region
Wildlife of the Kentucky Cumberland River Region
Wildlife of the Kentucky Cumberland River Region
Wildlife of the Kentucky Cumberland River Region
Wildlife of the Kentucky Cumberland River Region
Wildlife of the Kentucky Cumberland River Region
Wildlife of the Kentucky Cumberland River Region
Wildlife of the Kentucky Cumberland River Region
Wildlife of the Kentucky Cumberland River Region
Wildlife of the Kentucky Cumberland River Region
Wildlife of the Kentucky Cumberland River Region
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Wildlife of the Kentucky Cumberland River Region

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Show provides an overview of the wildlife of the Cumberland River Region of Kentucky. It also provides the state animals, birds, fish, etc. for Kentucky. As a PowerPoint show, it is set to have …

Show provides an overview of the wildlife of the Cumberland River Region of Kentucky. It also provides the state animals, birds, fish, etc. for Kentucky. As a PowerPoint show, it is set to have interactive elements that in the slideshare format may not work.

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    • 1. Wildlife of the Cumberland River RegionWolf Creek National FishHatcheryEileen TramontanaEnvironmental Education/Volunteer Specialist
    • 2. Brown TroutRainbow TroutBrook Trout
    • 3. DarterBluegill Longnose GarSpotted Bass–State Fish
    • 4. What are the names of two of the fishthat are raised at the Hatchery?A. Cutthroat and Rainbow TroutB. Rainbow and Brown TroutC. Lake and Rainbow TroutD. Brown and Brook Trout
    • 5. That is correct. The Wolf CreekNational Hatchery raises1. Rainbow2. Brown3. Brook Trout.
    • 6. That is incorrect. The Wolf CreekNational Hatchery raises1. Rainbow2. Brown3. Brook Trout.
    • 7. What is the name of the KentuckyState fish?A. Rainbow TroutB. Spotted BassC. DarterD. Bluegill
    • 8. That is correct. The Spotted Bass isthe state fish of Kentucky.
    • 9. That is incorrect. The Spotted Bassis the state fish of Kentucky.
    • 10. ChickadeeMockingbirdRobinGoldfinch
    • 11. State BirdNorthernCardinal
    • 12. Wild Turkey
    • 13. Green HeronWhoopingCraneMallards
    • 14. Purple MartinLoggerheadShrike
    • 15. PeregrineFalconRedtailedHawkBald Eagle
    • 16. What is the Kentucky State bird?A. Bald EagleB. MockingbirdC. CardinalD. Turkey
    • 17. That is correct. The NorthernCardinal is the state bird ofKentucky.
    • 18. That is incorrect. Thestate bird of Kentuckyis the northernCardinal.
    • 19. Fox SquirrelEastern GreySquirrelKentucky StateWild GameSpecies
    • 20. AmericanBeaver
    • 21. WhitetailedDeer
    • 22. Elk
    • 23. What type of consumer is a beaver?A. OmnivoreB. HerbivoreC. Carnivore
    • 24. That is correct. The beaver onlyeats plants and is a herbivore.
    • 25. That is incorrect. The beaver onlyeats plants not meat.
    • 26. Black Bear
    • 27. Bobcat
    • 28. Red FoxCoyote
    • 29. SnappingTurtleStinkpot
    • 30. Redeared Slider
    • 31. Name a predator?
    • 32. BlackKingsnake
    • 33. WesternCottonmouth
    • 34. CopperheadWestern PygmyRattlesnake
    • 35. TimberRattlesnake
    • 36. Name two poisonous snakes found inKentucky?A. Copperhead and Western PygmyRattlesnakeB. Timber and Diamondback RattlesnakeC. Western Cottonmouth and KingsnakeD. Western Cottonmouth and TimberRattlesnake
    • 37. That is correct. Poisonous snakesfound in Kentucky are1. Western Cottonmouth2. Western Pygmy Rattlesnake3. Copperhead4. Timber Rattlesnake
    • 38. That is incorrect. Poisonoussnakes found in Kentucky are1. Western Cottonmouth2. Western Pygmy Rattlesnake3. Copperhead4. Timber Rattlesnake
    • 39. Eastern SkunkSquirt the Skunk livesat the Wolf CreekNational Fish Hatcheryand he invites you tocome visit.

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