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Nature Facts

Heartland Forest is home to 9 species at risk! The Round-leaved Greenbrier, The Black Ash, the Common Snapping Turtle, The Midland Painted Turtle, The Monarch Butterfly, The Grass Pickerel, The Wood Thrush, The Easter Wood-pewee, and the Barn Swallow!

The white-tailed deer has 4 stomachs! These deer also mark their territory by rubbing bark off trees.

There are a bunch of mammals that visit or live in Heartland Forest such as, bats, coyotes, chipmunks, rabbits, squirrels, muskrats, opossums, raccoons, foxes, and deer!

Turtles can be seen sunbathing to regulate their temperature, they are called exotherms or “cold blooded”.

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