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What am I?

  • By Kathleen Gaskell on August 29, 2017
A zebra swallowtail feeds on butterfly weed. (US Fish and Wildlife Service)

It’s a wild world out there and the Chesapeake Bay is no exception. Here is a list of species you might encounter while hiking in the Chesapeake watershed. All you need to do is figure out what kind of species it is. Answers are below.

Black racer

Common five-lined skink

Eastern gray beardtongue

Fisher

Hen of the woods

Hop hornbeam

Killdeer

Serpentine

Witch-hazel

Zebra swallowtail

 

A. Bird

B. Butterfly

C. Lizard

D. Mammal

E. Mineral

F. Mushroom

G. Shrub

H. Snake

I. Tree

J. Wildflower

 

ANSWERS

A. Bird: Killdeer
B. Butterfly: Zebra Swallowtail
C. Lizard: Common Five-lined Skink
D. Mammal: Fisher
E. Mineral: Serpentine
F. Mushroom: Hen of the Woods
G. Shrub: Witch Hazel
H. Snake: Black Racer
I. Tree: Hop Hornbeam
J. Wildflower: Eastern Gray Beardtongue

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About Kathleen Gaskell

Kathleen A. Gaskell, the layout & design editor for the Bay Journal, has been involved with several environmental programs for children.

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