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Angela Luann Lekvold

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Transcript of Angela Luann Lekvold

California Shrubland Food Web
Sun
California sage Brush
Spittle Bug
Red tailed Hawk
Coast road runner

Brush Rabbit
Bobcat
Toyon
Manzanita berry
Red Diomand Rattlesnake

Mule Deer
Chamise
Coyote
Mountain Lion
California Harvester ant
Western Fence Lizard
Western Spadefoot Toad
Gopher snake
Fungi
Big-eared Woodrat
Great Horned Owl
Worm
Bacteria
Western scrub-jay
Orb Weaver Spider
California Buckwheat
Without the Sun there would be no life on earth.
Did you know the leaves have a very distinctive fragrance
Yong spittle bugs cover themselves with masses of bubbly, wet spittle
Native indians made "Buckwheat Pancakes" with this flower.
Look for runways in the brush.
The longest Red Diomand Rattle snake was 5 feet.
But most are 2 to 3 feet.
It soars in the open for prey.
Bobcat tracks will not have claw marks. Their claws are pulled inside.
Some people call the toyon the Christmas berry, because the fruit is produced through fall and winter.
Scat is often found on twisted ends. Look for fur or berries.
The jays burry their acorns in a oak that has been in a fire or drought
Bushtit
Their head can turn 270 degrees in order to see in a different direction.
Mountain lions keep deer herds healthy by preying on the weak individuals.
A teaspoon of soil contains billions of bacteria.
Look for the unique zigzag patterns int their web.
The females have a blue patch on their throat. Like this one in the picture.
The Chamise is a member of the rose family.
Earthworms droppings are important for our soil, and habitats.
Ants have a complex social structure with special jobs for each ant.
When threatened, it hisses loudly, and vibrates its tail.
The spade shaped feet are used to dig in the soil.
Fungi is mostly related to animals, than plants.
The rat builds its nest with sticks, twigs, and leaves.
The leaves curve as the grow.
Mule deer
The deer has ears like mule. That's why they it the mule deer.
Coast scrub Oak
They are called "White oak" Because their scaly whitish bark brightened in the sunlight.
Greater Road runner
They prefer to walk or run, and reach 17 mph.
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