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Features

Wildlife

Reptiles, Amphibians, Fish, and Crustaceans
Black Nose Dace
Black Racer
Spring Peeper
Mummichog
American Eel
Northern Two Line Salamander
Red-backed Salamander
Lead-backed Salamander
Crayfish
Black Rat Snake
Banded Water Snake
Garter Snake
Frogs
Toads
Eastern Box Turtle

Mammals
Shrews
Eastern Cottontail Rabbit
Moles
Voles
Bats
Deermice
Raccoons
House mice
Skunks
Muskrats
White-Tail Deer
Eastern Chipmunk
Gray Squirrel
Woodchucks
Opposum

Birds
76 Species including:
American Robin
Belted Kingfisher
Ruby-Throated Hummingbird
Solitary Vireo
Veery
Yellow-Billed Cuckoo
Eastern Bluebird
American Goldfinch
American Kestrel
Eastern Phoebe
Mourning Dove
Northern Flicker
Northern Mockingbird
Red-Tailed Hawk
Red-Winged Blackbird
Tree Swallow
Turkey Vulture
Wood Duck
Mallard Duck
Cooper’s Hawk
Canada Goose (I)

The Birds of the Proposed 93 Acre Research Park Site at UMBC, Vincent Odell Jr., INDS 410, December 1995-May 1997

Trees
Cherry
Dogwood
White Oak
Silver Maple
Red Maple
Black Locust
Box Elder
Sassafras
American Beech
Tulip Poplar
Chokecherries
American Sycamore
River Birch
Black Gum

Mockernut Hickory
Slippery Elm
Black Willow
Pine
Spruce
Red Mulberry
Elderberry

Flowers, Ferns, Grasses, Shrubs, and Vines, and other plants
Spicebush
Teasel
Soft Rush
Jewelweed
Sensitive Fern
Fox Grape
Common Winter Cress
Bloodroot
Spring Avens
Indian Strawberry
False Soloman’s Seal
Cattail
Sourtop Blueberry
Poison Ivy
Wild Oats
Rose Twisted Stalk
Smooth Soloman’s Seal
Dandelion
Dead Nettle
Kousa Dogwood
Lesser Celandine
Running Cedar
Wild Onion
Skunk Cabbage
Spring Beauties
Violets
Wineberries

Lichens, Mosses, Liverworts
Sphagnum
Leucobryum
Club Moss

Problematic Invasive Species
Poison Ivy
Multiflora Rose
Porcelain Berry
English Ivy
Japanese Honeysuckles