Infographics of the wildlife animals in North America. Discover the kind of species living in the different regions of the USA.
The lone star state is home to 19 species of scorpions. They may look scary, but the scorpions in Texas usually don't sting without being provoked, plus their sting stings are not even lethal. Check out Outforia's latest article and learn more about the different types of scorpions you can see in Texas.
Arizona is often described as a “mini Australia.” It has a predominantly desert landscape and a typically harsh, dry climate. It is also home to some intense flora and fauna. Arizona is home to a plethora of eight-legged beasties. Some tiny, some very large. All are spectacular in their own way. Here we’ll break down some of the spiders you’re likely to encounter in Arizona and how to identify them! Learn more at Outforia's latest article.
Florida is home to three invasive iguana species. As beautiful as they may seem, their diet, breeding, and behavior make them nuisances to residents. Check out Outforia's latest article to learn about the 3 iguanas in Florida and why they're considered invasive to the Sunshine State.
Utah, also known as Snake Country, is the home of many different species of snakes. From one border to another, from mountain top to desert valley, there are high chances to encounter a snake in Beehive County. Scientists report 31 snakes live in Utah, but only 7 of them are venomous. This Outforia guide aims to give you a broad list of all the 31 snakes in Utah, with photo descriptions and where you can find them.
Curious to find out what woodpeckers live in Michigan? Check out Outforia's latest article to know more about the 8 species of woodpeckers in Michigan.
Professional and amateur bird watchers alike will find their fill of hawks in Michigan. The state boasts the significant and rich habitat of Lake Michigan coastlines, over 35 nature reserves, and is home to nine beautiful hawk species. If you go in pursuit of seeing one of these avian beauties, don’t forget Leave No Trace principles and binoculars! They’re a sight you won’t forget. Check out Outforia's latest article to know more about these hawks in Michigan.
Hawks are majestic birds of prey with incredible eyesight. Spotting prey from high above the ground is unchallenging for them. But did you know that some hawk species call the Lone State home? Check out Outforia's latest article to know more about the 14 species of hawks in Texas.