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Kaitlyn Kovarcik

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BY: Kaitlyn Kovarcik, Connor Baker, and Collin Kovarcik BLACKLAND PRAIRIE! Cities in my ecoregion: Food Chain Eastern Hognose Snake Description of the Blackland Prairie Part of the Blackland Prairie extends into the easter part of Denton, Hill, and McLennan Counties of Northcentral Texas. Early settlers were drawn to this area by productive soils, and luxuriant native grasslands. Although it was a region of tall-grass prairies, today much of the land is crop land and other agrucultural enterprises. Cotton, corn, milo, and wheat are grown through out the area. Livestock grazing is also an important land use. Very few native prairie sites still remain. While urban areas increase, the space for wildlife and their habitats decrease. Parts of the Brazos and Trinity River run through this region making a habitat for a variety of wildlife species. Some species include small game animals, songbirds, waterfowl and shore birds, and a limited population of white-tailed deer. Woody vegetation includes mesquite, hackberry, elm, osage orange, and others that grow along fences lines and on the borders of feilds. Others may occur on steep or sloping terrains such as eastern red cedar, cedar elm, elbowbush, and live oak. Albany, Bonham, Burnet, Comanache, Dallas, Gatesville, Glen Rose, Gonzales, Mineral Wells, and San Antonio. State Park: Cedar Hill State Park Famous Landmark: The Alamo Producers: Black walnut, sycamore, burr oak, eastern cottonwood, Buttonbush, Bluebonnet, Indain blanket, and Mexican hat Consumers: Plains Bison, Gray Wolf, Grizzly Bear, Passenger Pigeon, Ivory-Billed Woodpecker,Plains Pocket Gopher, White-Tailed Deer, and Texas Horned Lizard Herbivore: Plains Bison Carnivore: Gray Wolf Omnivore: Grizzly Bear Johnson Grass Kangaroo Rat Red Shouldered Hawk Food Web Johnson Grass White-Tailed Deer Hispid Cotton Rat Kangaroo Rat Eastern Hognose Snake Grey Wolf Red-Shouldered Hawk Plains Bison Grizzly Bear JOHNSON GRASS 100% Energy Primary producer Kangaroo Rat Primary Consumer 10% Energy Eastern Hognose Snake 1% Engery Secondary Consumer Red-Shouldered Hawk Tertiary Consumer .01% Energy
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