Eastern Screech Owls • Fewer than 15% eastern screech owl. • They eat a variety of small animals. • The songs usually are uttered separately, but sometimes Gehlbach, F.R. 1995 Eastern Screech Owls were in the zoo. • There song is really trilling and it’s song is on one pitch. are heard together.
Gray Wolves • Gray wolves can be up to 2-2.5 feet tall. • Gray wolves can live with about 8 to 35 members. • After the pups are born they have to wait for 3 to 5 months before they are able to go with the pack. • There are about 2,500 Gray wolves in the lower states of Alaska. • In the 1950s the least wolves were at the lower part of North America.
STRIPED SKUNKS • Striped skunks have toenails in the front for digging. • They are mostly nocturnal. • A group may have up to four or seven babies. • They don’t have that much predators like the owls, hawks, and foxes. • Skunks don’t hibernate.