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Hatchet by Gary Paulsen

Hatchet by Gary Paulsen. Building Schema. Mosquitoes and Black flies. Mosquito. Black fly. The Hatchet. Trees Mentioned by Brian. Pines. Aspens. Willows. Birch. Berries. Choke cherries (Gut berries). Raspberries. Birds. Kingfisher. Ruffed Grouse (Fool Birds).

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Hatchet by Gary Paulsen

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  1. Hatchetby Gary Paulsen Building Schema

  2. Mosquitoes and Black flies Mosquito Black fly

  3. The Hatchet

  4. Trees Mentioned by Brian Pines Aspens Willows Birch

  5. Berries Choke cherries (Gut berries) Raspberries

  6. Birds Kingfisher Ruffed Grouse (Fool Birds)

  7. Other Birds Who Kept Brian Company • √ • √ • X • X Sparrow Robin

  8. Fish Perch Blue gills Sunfish

  9. The Black Bear • North America’s smallest and most common species of bear • Adults can weigh up to 550 lbs. • Hibernate in winter • 85% of diet consists of vegetation • Over 300,00 live in Canada

  10. Porcupine • Rodent with a coat of sharp spines or quills • Third largest rodent • 29 species • Herbivore, eating leaves, twigs, herbs (bark in winter) • Often climbs trees to find food • Do not “throw” their quills Quills

  11. The Timber Wolf • Sub species of the Gray Wolf • Shares ancestry with domestic dog • Usually weigh up to 80 lbs. • A wolf killed in Alaska weighed 175 lbs! • Highly territorial • Primarily carnivorous, feeding on animals like the hares, foxes, squirrels – in packs will attack larger animals like a bison or elk • Rarely attack humans

  12. Rabbits (Hares) Snowshow Hare Cottontail Rabbit

  13. Two More of Brian’s Friends The Skunk The Squirrel

  14. The Moose • Largest species of the deer family • Typically inhabit areas of northern Canada & Alaska • Population:500,00 to 1 million in Canada • Herbivore, consuming 9700 calories per day (man=2500) • Adults stand 6-7 feet at the shoulders and weigh 600-1600 pounds • Rarely gather in groups

  15. Hello, Breakfast Snapping Turtle Crayfish

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