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DQ 2 Week 3 ES - water source is usually a standing water...

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I live in Texas where the springtime is warm and comfortable and the summers are hot and dry and most of the time the fall and winter are cool, not too cold. Prairie dogs are native to my area along with white tail deer. The prairie dogs burrow in the parks here and the deer inhabit the fields and residential neighborhoods here. The prairie dogs eat low growing weeds, grass, prickly pear, and worms. Their water source is from the vegetation they consume. Prairie dogs can be seen basking the sun near their holes in the ground. The white tail deer graze on grasses, weeds, cactus, fruits, acorns, and some people have backyard feeders with deer corn in them. The deer’s
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Unformatted text preview: water source is usually a standing water source in the area they reside. Both of these animals adapt to the environments they live in. The Texas bluebonnet is the state flower of Texas and is a winter annual. The bluebonnet blooms in the spring and summer between March and April. It grows to a height of 12-24 inches with a soil temperature of 55 to 70F to grow. The bluebonnet prefers a sloped area to grow, with well drained soil, but, it can tolerate poorly drained clay based soil, and requires full sun. The characteristics of this plant relate to the amount of rain or sunlight in my region because there is a lot of sun and rain during the time this plant blooms....
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