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michael cisneros

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John Miller

on 19 December 2013

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Red Tailed hawk
california shrubland food web
The Sun
california buckwheat
Brush Rabbit
mountain lion
western fence lizard
mule deer
orb weaver spider
western spadefoot toad
gopher snake
california sage bush
spittle bug
road runner
big eared wood rat
shrub oak
mission manzanita
harvester ants
earth worm
western scrub jay
earth worm

The sun is by far the largest object in the solar system.
Did you know the queen ant can fly.

Native americans used it for food have you heard of buck wheat pancakes
Native americans used the plant to treat clods a stomach disorders
The mountain lion can jump 10 to 20 feet.
The coyotes have greyish fur and redish fur.
pacific gopher snake adults
ranhe in size from 2.5-7 feet
(76-213 cm) in total length.
One of the coolest roadrunner facts is that they hunt, kill, and eat rattlesnakes!
The Raccoon is native to North and South America having a range that extends from Southern Canada to the northern reaches of Argentina
The smallest orb weavers are less than 1/4 inch (6 mm)
The mission manzanita is a slow growing plant and is only native to california
Any of several small,shrubby trees of the genus quercus.
The brush rabbit is a species of cottontail rabbit
The most common hawk in north america are red tailed hawks.
Mule deer and black tailed deer are icons of the american west.
The bob cat can be identified by there short tails.
Plumage and behavior differ greatly between interior and coastal population,
The male spadefoot toad makes a sound like a tiny snore to call females.
The scientific name of woodrat is neotoma magister.
The western fence lizard is a member of the genus sceloporus
If you wonder why your plant are covered in foam you can blame the spittle bug.
Earth worms live any where in the world where there is soil.
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