The Elliott Nature Preserve is home to many plants and animals. Read on to learn more!
Did you know dusky footed wood rat nests are passed down the generations? Nests can be over 60 years old!
They grow up to 10 inches and live up to 7 years! These little speeders can move up to 6.5 inches a minute.
If you see something weird and squishy, it might be jelly funghi! Look for them in damp and shady conditions on trees.
Found in annual grasslands and oak woodlands and live in underground burrows created and abandoned by small mammals. Mating season is in November. Tiger Salamanders are a threatened species and should be treated carefully.
You might think tiny umbrellas or a Mica Cap Wild Mushroom. Usually found in clusters.