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Chloe Marie McGuire

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John Miller

on 19 December 2013

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Transcript of Chloe Marie McGuire

Toyon
California Shrubland Foodweb
Chamise
Coast Scrub Oak
The Sun
Fungi and Bacteria
Mule Deer
Coyote
Mountain Lion
Big Eared Wood rat
Bobcat
California buckwheat
Brush Rabbit
Western scrub jay
Fox
Great Horned Owl
Gopher snake
Greater roadrunner
Red Tailed Hawk
Red Diamond Rattle Snake
Every food web starts with the sun
The leaves are green all year long
The Big Eared wood rat builds a nest out of twigs and sticks and has rooms for eating and sleeping
Bobcat tracks don't have claw marks because their claws are retractable
Mountain lion are one of many animals at the top of the food chain
The native americans used CA buckwheat to make buckwheat pancakes
Brush rabbit make mazes in the brush
The Red Tailed Hawk soars over open areas looking for prey
The longest red diamond rattle snake was 5 ft.
Also called the christmas berry
The scrub jay bury more acorns than it eats
Foxes have a pretty red or orange coat and can also have a brown or gray.
The Great horned owl can turn its head all the way around
The gopher snake eats the blue jay.
The greater road runner eats the Gopher snake.
When the mountain lion or other living things die the fungi and bacteria deconpose the animal and turn it back into soil.
Chamise has little white flowers
The mule deer is eaten by the coyote.
Few animals eat the coyote
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