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1. You can find the correct answers to these questions in the "Look at Me!" section of the Kids for Conservation® Web page.

If a wildlife species eats an acorn, what part of the tree did it eat?


      

 
 
 
2. Which of the following tree species produce fruits that can be eaten by wildlife?



      

 
 
 
3. This species sometimes eats the entire flowers on trees. Which one is it?


      

 
 
 
4. Why does nectar attract pollinators?


      

 
 
 
5. The American beaver feeds on woody materials during most of the year, but in which season do these items make up almost all of its diet?



      

 
 
 
6. What plant part contains undeveloped leaves, flowers and/or shoots and is eaten by tree squirrels?


      

 
 
 
7. Which of the following tree parts contains the fewest nutrients?


      

 
 
 
8. Which of the following tree parts is not liquid?


      

 
 
 
9. Which of these butterflies does not regularly feed on sap?


      

 
 
 
 
 
 
10. What part of the plant is shown in this photograph?


      

 
 
 
 
 
 
11. What part of the plant is shown in this photograph?


      

 
 
 
 
 

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