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Lake Woodruff National Wildlife Refuge Habitats and Wildlife

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This show presents an overview of the Refuge --its habitats and wildlife. Some slides contain the animal's tracks to begin to teach students about how tracks can be used to identfy animals. when they visit the Refuge.

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Lake Woodruff National Wildlife Refuge Habitats and Wildlife

  1. 1. Total of 357species reported onRefuge• 234 species of birds• 26 species of fish• 26 species of amphibians• 49 species of reptiles• 22 species of mammalsOver 23,000 acres
  2. 2. Waterfowl Migration Flyways
  3. 3. Blue-winged Purple Teal Gallinule Wood Duck
  4. 4. Sandhill Crane
  5. 5. Palm Warbler Mockingbird State Bird Robin
  6. 6. Great Blue Heron
  7. 7. Turkey Vulture CardinalBarred Owl
  8. 8. To provide habitat for migratorywaterfowl.
  9. 9. FemaleWild Turkey Male
  10. 10. OspreyRedtailed Hawk Bald Eagle
  11. 11. Cormorant
  12. 12. Snowy Egret
  13. 13. Swallow-tailed Kite
  14. 14. AlligatorState Reptile
  15. 15. Bluegill Largemouth Bass State Fish
  16. 16. Fox Squirrel Eastern Grey Squirrel
  17. 17. Whitetailed Deer
  18. 18. Black Bear
  19. 19. RaccoonOpossum
  20. 20. Grey FoxCoyote
  21. 21. Bobcat
  22. 22. Eastern Skunk
  23. 23. Otter
  24. 24. Redeared Slider Yellow-bellied Slider
  25. 25. GopherTortoise Snapping Turtle
  26. 26. ManateeState Marine Mammal
  27. 27. 1. Zebra Longwing –Butterfly2. Manatee –Marine Mammal3. Alligator –Reptile4. Largemouth Bass – Freshwater Fish5. Mockingbird – Bird
  28. 28. Cottonmouth
  29. 29. PygmyRattlesnake
  30. 30. Coral Snake
  31. 31. EasternDiamondback Rattlesnake
  32. 32. Water SnakePine Snake
  33. 33. Indigo Snake
  34. 34. 1. Coral Snake2. Pygmy Rattlesnake3. Eastern Diamondback Rattlesnake4. Cottonmouth Moccasin
  35. 35. Gulf FritillaryZebra Longwing State Butterfly
  36. 36. Skipper White Peacock

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