Meet The Environmals

Lives in Friendly forest. Is Editor of Recycled Review, is very bossy. Likes to solve problems & put together plans. Wants to create community and have joint ventures in solving problems or finding solutions. Loves baked goods, especially cookies. Sally & Rachel are her best friends. Lives in a tree house. Usually gets involved in some sort of scrape, like the molasses puddle or closet incident
Raccoons are bold, curious animals, moving about to forage mostly at night. They are not territorial and are quite happy to share their area with other raccoons, unless resources are limited. Raccoons are very intelligent and excellent at solving puzzles, especially when food is involved. They are particularly infamous for stealing bait off trap.

Roxy Raccoon

Lives in friendly forest. Is the reporter for the Recycled Review. Can be very silly and scatterbrained at times. Lives in a tree house. Is very close to Rachel Rabbit & Roxy Raccoon. Is very nosey and usually finds out what is going on around her. Squirrels are rodents. There are around 280 different species of squirrel. Most squirrels are small and have big eyes and bushy tails. Their large eyes help them skillfully climb trees and avoid predators. Squirrels eat mostly nuts, fruits and seeds. Squirrels are born blind.

Sally Squirrel

Lives in Friendly Forest. Lives in a cottage with a garden in front. Loves to collect clothes/ has a consignment shop. Tea & cookies are usually at her house. She is best friends with Sally Squirrel, Roxy Raccoon & Byron Bear. Rachel is very loyal, caring friend. She is action oriented, meaning loves to be doing, not just talking. Rachel is conscious of the struggle of others. Rabbits live in group. More than half of the world’s rabbits live in North America. Rabbits have long ears which can be as long as 10 cm (4 in). Rabbits have a lifespan of around 10 years. Rabbits are herbivores (plant eater Rabbits reproduce very quickly. This can be a major headache for people living in agricultural areas where rabbits are seen as pests. Rabbits are born with their eyes closed and without fur.

Rachel Rabbit

Lives in Friendly Forrest. Lives in a cave. Has a junk/repair shop. Loves to collect junk and go swimming. Is close to all who live in Friendly Forrest, and also to Gertie Goose. Has a big appetite, and his friends usually feed him. Is a brown Bear. Has a cousin Bert in the city. Brown bears live in parts of North America, Europe, and Asia. Brown bears prefer forested mountains, meadows, or river valleys. Brown bears may reach seven feet tall. Male bears may weigh up to 700 pounds. Brown bears eat mostly grass, roots, and berries. Brown bears may eat fish, insects, and ground squirrels, or larger mammals if they can catch them.

Byron Bear

Lives in peaceful pond. Buzby & Belinda Beaver are very close to her, as is Byron Bear. She is an avid baker with a bake shop. Loves to cook and bake for her friends & family. Her mother lives in the city and comes to visit. She loves peaceful pond and all the many baby swans, duck and geese that swim there. Is a reader, and a serious sort of Goose. Likes to help others. A female of this genre is called a goose whereas a male is called a gander. Being waterfowls, geese love to spend a significantly large portion of their time on land. Favourite dwelling area of a goose is the small grasslands in close proximity to a source of water. Most of the daytime of a goose is spent in the hunt for food, most of which comes from grazing. Group of geese is called gaggle. A gaggle that is flying is called a wedge or a skein. Geese enhance their flying range as much as 71% than their individual flying range by flying in ‘V’ form. The flapping of one’s wings provides an automatic drift to the immediate follower goose. Exhibiting excellent team work, when the leading goose gets tired, another one takes the guiding position, and the former shifts back in the formation. While flying, the group even honks to encourage those in front to maintain speed. Geese are very affectionate and kind-hearted with other geese in their group, or gaggle. If any one of them falls sick or wounded, few of them withdraw from the formation and strive to protect and care for him. The geese withdrawing from the main group would stay with the sufferer goose till it recovers to fly again or depart its life. Afterwards, they form another formation or join the previous group.

Gertie Goose

Lives in peaceful pond. Loves to read and talk to others. Is full of ideas and eager to be active. A sponge for information and facts. Very close to Buzby Beaver, Gertie Goose and Melvyn Moose. Is the historian/librarian of Hoats Hall. Loves Mysteries and puzzle. Frogs belong to a group of animals called amphibians. Amphibian means two-lives. Frogs begin their lives in the water as eggs and then tadpoles and when they are fully developed they live on land. Scientists believe that there are more than 4,000 different kinds of amphibians on Earth. Toads, newts, salamanders and caecilians (blind worms) are also members of the amphibian group. Frogs are cold-blooded which means that their bodies are the same temperature as the air or water around them. When they are cold they will lay in the sun to warm up and when they get too warm they will go into the water to cool their bodies off. Frogs are found all over the world, and in every climate, except Antarctica. They can be found near any, and every, body of fresh water but prefer ponds, lakes, and marshes, because the water doesn’t move very fast. Frogs cannot live in the sea or any salt water.

Farley Frog

Lives in Mellow Marsh. Is best friends with Melvyn Moose & Farley Frog. Is married to Belinda Beaver. Has twins names Blossom & Beau. Is a talented carpenter/owns a environmental sawmill. Always planning building projects. Is very practical in nature, but very kind. Beavers use goggles too since they have a set of transparent eyelids which let them see under water. They have the ability to manipulate their surrounding and environment like humans do- the largest dam is located in Wood Buffalo National Park in Alberta, Canada. It Beavers homes, called lodges, are domelike constructions built from branches and mud. They are found in open water for protection from predators and have underwater entrance holes stretches for 850 metres and can be seen from space. Beavers are one of the largest rodents on earth. Their large rodent teeth never stop growing which is why they are constantly gnawing on wood to keep their teeth from growing too long.

Buzby Beaver

Lives in Mellow Marsh. Melvyn is very close to Buzby Beaver & Farley frog. Is a carpenter/ furniture maker. Loves to go on hikes through the forest. Wants to build innovative things, especially furniture. Moose are the largest species of the deer family. Moose live in northern forested areas that have rivers, streams and ponds. They are found in North America, Europe, Russia and all the way to the sea of Japan. Moose eat the shoots and bark of trees & shrubs, and because they do not have an upper set of teeth they snip the plants they eat. Moose have few natural predators. Their antlers and hooves are effective weapons in defense against bears or wolves.

Melvyn Moose

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