Woodland Animals! In this lesson, you will learn a list of common woodland animals in English with ESL picture and example sentences to help you bolster your vocabulary words.
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List of Woodland Animals
- Common chiffchaff
- Philippine eagle
- Wild boar
- Gray squirrel
- Red squirrel
Woodland Animals with Examples
Learn the names of woodland animals in English with example sentences.
- Deer – The deer was spotted grazing in the meadow.
- Fox – The fox was slyly sneaking up on its prey.
- Raccoon – The raccoon was rummaging through the trash cans in search of food.
- Squirrel – The squirrel was busy gathering nuts and seeds for the winter.
- Skunk – The skunk sprayed a pungent odor when it was startled.
- Hedgehog – The hedgehog rolled into a ball for protection when it sensed danger.
- Beaver – The beaver was working on building a dam in the river.
- Woodpecker – The woodpecker was tapping on the tree trunk in search of insects.
- Badger – The badger was digging a burrow to make its home.
- Chipmunk – The chipmunk was darting around collecting food to store for the winter.
- Moose – The moose was standing in the shallow water of the pond.
- Lynx – The lynx was stalking its prey through the forest.
- Coyote – The coyote was howling in the distance.
- Porcupine – The porcupine was waddling along the forest floor searching for food.
- Rabbit – The rabbit was nibbling on some clover in the grass.
- Bear – The bear was hibernating in its cave for the winter.
- Wolf – The wolf was howling at the full moon.
- Weasel – The weasel was scurrying along the forest floor looking for prey.
- Owl – The owl was perched on a tree branch watching the forest floor.
- Chipmunk – The chipmunk was gathering nuts and seeds to store in its burrow.
Woodland Animals with Some Fun Facts
- Deer – Deer are herbivores that are well-known for their excellent sense of hearing and smell.
- Fox – Foxes are very agile animals and are known for their hunting skills, especially when hunting small rodents like mice and rabbits.
- Raccoon – Raccoons have excellent dexterity and are able to use their paws like hands to manipulate objects.
- Squirrel – Squirrels have four front teeth that never stop growing, which is why they are always gnawing on things to keep them filed down.
- Skunk – Skunks can spray a foul-smelling liquid from glands near their tail when they feel threatened.
- Hedgehog – Hedgehogs have spines on their back that protect them from predators.
- Beaver – Beavers are excellent engineers and are known for their ability to build dams and lodges.
- Woodpecker – Woodpeckers have a long, pointed beak that they use to chisel holes in trees to find insects to eat.
- Badger – Badgers are nocturnal and are skilled diggers that live in underground burrows.
- Chipmunk – Chipmunks are small, agile rodents that are known for their cheek pouches, which they use to store food.
Woodland Animals Infographic