The Floyds Fork Watershed wouldn't be complete without its many different types of animals. The animals who inhabit Floyds Fork not only add life and movement to the area, but they also help to keep the ecosystem in balance through systems like the food-chain and natural selection. Each page of this section has information about many of the animals found in the Floyds Fork watershed. They range from birds to reptiles, and from fish to mammals.

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Below there is a checklist of common wildlife found in the Floyds Fork watershed. Please feel free to print out this checklist to carry with you as you walk through Floyds Fork.

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reptiles  & amphibians


importance of animals