Fauna and Flora
March 9th, 2009 by thesuper

Deer in the woods of Minnesota
Three of the major biomes of North America converge in Minnesota: the Great Plains of the west, eastern deciduous forest, and the Northern Boreal Forest of the Canadian Shield.
While habitat loss has created problems for native animals like the marten, deer, reindeer, lynx and red, the state contains the largest population of gray wolves of the nation if we do not have a home to Alaska and moose populations and white-tailed deer.
Located on the migratory route of the Mississippi (Mississippi Flyway), the state with populations of migratory waterfowl such as geese and ducks, as well as hunting birds like grouse, pheasants, and turkeys. Minnesota lakes are full of fish such as walleye, perch, pike and pike Americans. Streams of the southeast are populated by brook trout, brown trout and rainbow trout.

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