Don’t think of them as mere flying rats, bats, as an aerial mammal, have some of the more interesting attributes to ever grace a critter that’s at home in air and land. Test your knowledge of Mexican long-tounged bats here…
Young rattlers…should you fear or coo? Test you knowledge of young Mojave rattlesnakes.
Test know fish-sense about reader sunfish and their breeding habits!
With their iridescent blue throats and bellies, Western fence lizards are more than just a colorful show-off. They actually have medicinal properties that make life in the West a much better place to be.
Also known as the stoat or ermine, the short-tailed weasel is one of those furry but ferocious critters. Test your knowledge of this light-weight – but by no means a light-weight – animal.
Whaddaya know about these water-loving hoppers? Take this week’s Wildlife Trivia quiz (5/6/2011) about the housing habits of the red-spotted toad.
Is it a bird? A plane? Superman? You get to decide in this week’s wildlife trivia challenge: What is an orange-throated whiptail?
All living things eat to survive and some critters — like Steller sea lions — have developed a rather unique method to their culinary ingestion. What is it?
Don’t be flighty! See if you can guess the answer to this week’s wildlife trivia quiz about one of SoCal’s endangered shore birds.
Test your knowledge of this plunky reptile that adores sandy, wind-swept vistas and a good sturdy rock for basking, basking, basking.
Slippery and swifth, salamanders are at home on water and land. Test your knowledge of this active amphibian that boldly goes where no salamander has gone before!
Don’t call them mice! As members of the rodent family, voles have fascinating and unusual traits. See if you can guess the right answer!