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  • Mantis, Praying or Mantis, Preying, see P Praying Mantis
  • Marbled Salamanders, see S Salamanders
  • Marmota monax, see G groundhog
  • Melanerpes carolinus, see W Woodpecker, Red-bellied
  • Meleagris gallopavo, see T Wild Turkey
  • Mephitis mephitis, see S Skunk
  • Mertensia virginica, see B Bluebells
  • Molothrus ater, see C Cowbird
  • Monotropa uniflora, see I Indian Pipe
  • Morchella spp See Morel, to your left.
  • Mosquito Hawk, see D Dragonflies
  • Mushrooms, see F Fungi
  • Musk Turtles, see T Turtle, Musk
  • Moths, see also B Butterflies
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