The most abundant turkey species, they prefer living in hardwood and mixed forests with access to fields and cropland; foraging by scratching through leaves on the forest floor for acorns, seeds, fruits, and insects.
Bobcats are nocturnal, elusive and rarely seen by humans. They can adapt to life in the forest, swamps or suburban areas throughout North America. Twice the size of the average house cat, they are fierce hunters.
Woodchucks (groundhogs) are plentiful and coexist with humans. They are often seen in yards and fields and are frequently seen in grassy areas along highways. They eat a variety of vegetation and also eat insects.