CoyoteCanis latrans, the defiant song-dog of the American continent. They range from Alaska to Mexico and east from the Pacific Coast to the Great Lakes.
CygnetsCygnets is the name for baby swans. The young hatch in a nest consisting of a mound of vegetation that is built in the reedy shallow area of a pond or lake.
Dungeness CrabMetacarcinus magister is a bottom dwelling species of decapod crustacean that ranges from Alaska's Aleutian Islands to Point Conception, California.
European Garden SpiderAraneus diadematus is known by many names including the common garden spider, European garden spider, cross orb-weaver, diadem spider, and cross spider.
GeckoA gecko is a lizard. It makes a funny chirping sound when it vocalizes. Geckos have specialized pads on their feet that acts like adhesive for climbing.
German ShepherdThe German Shepherd is a large-sized breed of domestic dog originating in Germany in the late 1800's. Their coloration is mostly blacks, browns and some whites.
GrasshopperGrasshoppers are insects, commonly compared to katydids or crickets. Scientifically, grasshoppers are in the order Orthoptera, with a suborder of Caelifera.
Great White SharkThe great white shark, also known in Latin as Carcharodon carcharias, is a large shark inhabiting many coastal waters. Male great whites reach 11-13 feet long.
Honey Bee SwarmHoney Bees usually swarm in the spring. This is the honey bee's method of colony reproduction. A swarm typically occurs when a new queen bee is about to hatch.
HummingbirdsHummingbirds get their name from the quiet hum produced by their rapidly flapping wings, allowing them to hover and fly backwards. They are 3 to 5 inches long.