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Big Basin Redwoods State Park: Quiz


Question 1: These robin-sized seabirds nest high in the oldest ________ and redwoods to feed their young.

Question 2: A wide variety of ________ live within Big Basin, many of which can be seen by visitors.

Question 3: Commonly seen species include the California Newt (Taricha torosa torosa), ________ (Pseudacris regilla), and Arboreal Salamander (Aneides lugubris).
Rough-skinned newtPacific Tree FrogChorus frogHylidae

Question 4: Big Basin Redwoods State Park is a state park in the U.S. state of ________, located in Santa Cruz County about 36 km (23 miles) northwest of Santa Cruz.
Sacramento, CaliforniaSan Jose, CaliforniaLos AngelesCalifornia

Question 5: Less obvious are the brown creeper, Anna's hummingbird, common flicker, olive-sided flycatcher and ________.
Bicoloured HawkSharp-shinned HawkCooper's HawkShort-tailed Hawk

Question 6: Many ________ are also present, but aside from the ubiquitous Coast Range subspecies of the Western Fence Lizard (Sceloporus occidentalis bocourtii), most are rarely seen due to their shy behavior.

Question 7: Adding a splash of color are wildflowers such as Indian paintbrush, ________, bush poppies and yerba santa.
PhrymaceaeMimulusAntirrhinumLinaria vulgaris

Question 8: Amongst mammals, Black-tailed deer, gray squirrels, chipmunks and raccoons are common, but foxes, coyotes, ________, and opossums are also present.
BobcatRed FoxCougarGray Wolf

Question 9: The only dangerous reptile in the park is the Pacific Rattlesnake (________), found almost exclusively in the high, dry chaparral.
Crotalus oreganus lutosusCrotalus oreganus helleriCaliforniaCrotalus oreganus

Question 10: The damp, shady woodland floor is home to a variety of ________.


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