Jayde Scott, JC Burdeshaw,
Temperate forests are often found
in eastern North America ,
northeastern Asia, and western
and central Europe and on the
southern tips of South America
and Australia .
The temperate forests around the world
usually receive 75-150 cm annually.
I Can grow this much….
Moderate climates and fertile sol provide a
growing season of 140-200 days during 4-
6 frost-free months , or 20-28 weeks.
American Bald Eagle
• The Bald Eagle is the national symbol of the
• The bald eagle lives up to 50 years and reaches
the height of an office desk, and it has up to an 8
foot wing span.
• They’re diet consists of mostly fish but also it
eats duck, muskets, and turtles.
• They mate during the winter and the spring, and
they’re nests are 6 ft wide and way up to 1 ton
• They lay up to 2 eggs.
American Black Bear
• The Black Bear can run up to 25 mph.
• They have rounded ears, short tail, and
• They meet maturity around 5 years. They
can live up to 25 years.
• They mate during the summer and
hibernate during the winter.
• Only the males have antlers and they
shed them in January.
• Males can weigh up to 400 pounds while
females can weigh up to 200 pounds.
• They graze on green plants, nuts, and
• White-tailed deer mate from October
through December. Females give birth two
• These deer live up to 10 years.
• Medium sized mammal native to North
• Raccoon’s grow to about 41 to 72 meters
and also weigh up to 20 pounds.
• They’re diet consists of 40%
invertebrates, 33% plant foods, and 27%
• Raccoon’s life span is about 3 years and
their home ranges about 7 ½ acres.
• Mostly live in North America.
• They can weigh up to 44 pounds.
• Coyotes often grow mature in 1-2 years
and usually have 6 pups.
• We often find them hunting alone, they
are very intelligent and have a great sense
• Coyotes eat small mammals, such as
rabbits, mice, reptiles, fruit, and insects
• Lives in the Asian temperate forest
• Bodies grow up to 10 in. long and weigh
up to 8.7 pounds ( Males ), 4.3 pounds (
• Least Weasels often found mating in the
spring and summer, they can also have up
to 10 babies.
• These small little creatures can kill prey
5x it’s size.
European Red Squirrel
• Lives in the European Forest.
• Known as a rodent.
• It grows to 18 in. long including its tail, it
also weighs 16 oz.
• It’s tail is used for balance of the body
• Can live up to 6 years.
• Has a litter every two years, between 3-4
babies a litter.
• Only active in mornings and afternoons
• Grow to about 5-6 in. and weigh about 3 oz.
• They make burrows in rotting logs, home range
is ½ acre.
• while in hibernation, chipmunks do not sleep
• Often mate twice a year to have up to 2-5
• After a two years range the chipmunks are o
their own, but usually only live for 3 years.
• Found in Africa, Europe, Asian, and
• Known as the largest of the 21 species of
• Grows up to 14 in. long and weighs about
• It has one litter every two years of 10
• Lives up to five years.
• Lives in the forest in Australia
• Its tail has a special tissue called a fatty
tissue that is used to store energy.
• They have a spur on their legs that carry
• Grows to 1 ½ in. and weighs 5 ½ pounds.
• After mating the platypus lays eggs 2
• They don’t have teeth, they have pads
that grind up their food.
• Grows in the southern and eastern parts
of the United States
• Grows best in rich, deep, moist, well-
• It ranges from 90-100 feet tall and
spreads 50-70 feet wide.
• Leaves are bright green and grow 3 in.
long, buds bloom in a yellow tinge.
• Beech trees are used for paper and
furniture, such as benches.
• Grows 70-80 feet in height
• Lives a short life of only 140 years
• Buds on these trees are also called Catkins.
They turn into winged Nutkins which ripen in
August to mid. September.
• You can most of the time tell the tree by its
narrow stripes and white bark.
• Most Natives love this tree cause it burns even
Tawny Milksap Mushroom
• Commonly found in Eastern United States
• Known to the Japanese as Chichitake,
used to make a flavorful broth
• When eaten fresh a type of “Milk” or sticky
latex that seeps out. Hints the name
• Grows to 2-5 inches.
• Found in Scotland and Europe because of
the low altitudes.
• It grows in both heavy clay and acidic soil
• Can get up to 5 to 10 feet tall
• It has a large layer of white flowers with
bright red berries that attract birds and
• The Guelder Rose is an invasive shrub,
which means its not endangered
• Has dark green, oval leaves that grow
opposite of each other on the stem
• The leaves are about 4 inches long and 6
• It has a small white to pink flowers in flat-
topped clusters, They also bloom in May
• This plant also produces fruit that is fleshy
and black and blue
• The bark is gray and separates into
stripes that gives the tree its shaggy look.
• This tree can grow up to 100 feet tall
• The branches can get up to 25 feet long,
which are broken up into three groups:
The bottom branches droop down, the
middle branches stand horizontal, and the
top branches hang upright like reaching to
• Male flowers on this tree are called
catkins and female flowers are called
• Can grow up to 80-100 feet tall, 3-4 feet
• It’s life span stretches from 500 to 600 years
• It can grow in many different habitats, such as
from seacoasts to high in the mountain slopes.
Also, from wet lowlands and the dry mesas
• Is commonly found in the eastern United
States and it is defiantly not endangered
• They can grow to enormous heights of 180
• The leaves grow in groups of 11-17,
which also has pointed tips
• The pecan industry produces about
250,000,000 pounds a year.
• Most pecan trees like humid climate
• Lady Ferns are often used to decorate
• Grow to be about 24 to 30 inches tall
• They grow in meadows, thickets, moist
woods, and along stream beds
• Lady Ferns reproduce by thick, scaly
rhizomes and spores
• This moss gets its name because it
grows on the ground.
• Mosses are simple rootless
• Carpet moss reproduces sexually
• Mosses produce small female
structures that produce egg cells, or
male structures that produce sperm