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Henry W. Coe State Park: Quiz


Question 1: Large mammals making their home within Coe include Mule Deer, Tule Elk, non-native Wild Pig, Coyote, ________, and Mountain Lion (aka Cougar, Puma).
BobcatRed FoxGray WolfAmerican Black Bear

Question 2: Coe State Park began as the Pine Ridge Ranch, a private ________ ranch of 12,230 acres (49.5 kmĀ²).
Wild boarWater BuffaloDeerCattle

Question 3: Coe State Park was one of the 48 California state parks proposed for closure in January 2008 by California's Governor ________ as part of a deficit reduction program.
Arnold SchwarzeneggerHaley BarbourTim PawlentyDavid Paterson

Question 4: Most visitors at Coe Park ________ or mountain bike on the numerous trails within the park.
HikingBackpacking (wilderness)CampingMountaineering

Question 5: Smaller mammals include Raccoon, Gray Fox, Striped Skunk, Beechey Ground Squirrel, Black-tailed Jackrabbit, ________, and Brush Rabbit.
BadgerEuropean BadgerBearCat

Question 6: Amphibians most seen (or heard) include Pacific Tree Frog, the non-native ________, and California Newt.
BullfrogTetrapodAsiatic toadDuttaphrynus melanostictus

Question 7: ________ also make use of the trails, though they account for less than 1% of all visitors.
HorseHorse showEquestrianismArabian horse

Question 8: Common reptiles include Western Pond Turtle, western fence lizard, Northern Alligator Lizard, Western Skink, Coast Horned Lizard, Pacific Gopher Snake, Western Kingsnake, Western Rattlesnake, ________, and Western Aquatic Garter Snake.
Diadophis punctatusDiadophis punctatus regalisColubridSquamata

Question 9: Henry W. Coe State Park is a ________ state park located in Santa Clara and Stanislaus counties.
San Jose, CaliforniaSacramento, CaliforniaLos AngelesCalifornia

Question 10: Coe is the only park in the ________ where this is possible.
Alameda County, CaliforniaOakland, CaliforniaSan Jose, CaliforniaSan Francisco Bay Area


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