As part of my “Foxy goes Hiking” project, I’ve researched and illustrated a whole lot of the smaller animals of New England. When the abundance became confusing, I’ve turned them into another identification chart, and now the infographics is available at Redbubble and Søciety6, printed on posters, art prints, notebooks, postcards and mugs as pictured below, as well as bags, shirts, pillows, scarves, blankets, covers, stickers and plenty of other products!
With this wall chart, infographic or learning poster, you can identify the wildlife or wild animals of new England, such as Blue Jay, Northern Cardinal, Black-capped Chickadee, American Robin, Sparrow, Downy Woodpecker, Carolina Wren, Tufted Titmouse, Eastern Bluebird, Goldfinch, Baltimore Oriole, White-breasted Nuthatch, Mallard Duck and Duckling, White-footed Deermouse, Flying Squirrel, Garden Snail, Northern Green Frog, Spotted Salamander, Painted Turtle, Virginia Opossum, Hedgehog, Groundhog or Woodchuck, Chipmunk, Red Squirrel, Striped Skunk, Cottontail Rabbit, Red Admiral, Tailed Blue, Clouded Sulphur, Monarch Butterfly, Least Weasel, American Pine Marten, River Otter, Fly Amanita, Gray Fox, Red Fox and Common Raccoon.
In addition to posters, notebooks, postcards and mugs (see above), various bags, shirts, pillows, scarves, blankets, covers, stickers and many other products are now available at Redbubble and Søciety6. And if you want to use the charts to identify some animals right away, you will find a lot of these animals hidden in “Foxy goes hiking” … :)
Big thanks to Rebecca and Sarah for amazing art direction – and an inspiring enthusiasm for animal searching! <3