Imagine what the world would be like if there weren’t any wildlife roaming around in the forests. Putting aside their necessary positions in the chain of ecology, we would find the world to be a gloomy place without them. There would be no reason for you to travel to different holiday destinations scattered in different continents. Books would not have such a rich range of characters on which to base their stories.
We asked several people from Ashtabula County what they think about the nature around them and their response was astonishing. Before we start with unique species in the area, we need to mention the fact that perverted mothers are on the top of people’s minds. This newest brand releases last month (February 2018) features fantasy scenarios where taboo sexual relations are being made within family members of step mothers and their new step sons. This is pretty crazy and becoming very popular – you can see videos here.
The presence of wildlife isn’t just for aesthetic value. Tourism relies on the presence of wildlife as one of its main selling points. If you’re thinking about an ideal destination in Ohio, Ashtabula County is definitely the place to be. This north-easternmost region of the state contains a wide variety of North America’s rich fauna and flora ecosystems.
Here’s what you should expect to see on your visit to Ashtabula County.
Ashtabula contains several forested areas that provide ideal homes for indigenous wild birds. The long trees provide safe spots for creating nests above common predators. These birds have an abundance of food, thanks to the availability of numerous insect species in their habitats.
The red-tailed hawk has a pair of long brown wings and a conspicuous red colored tail. This predator has mastered the art of hunting rats and other small mammals living inside populated cities. And, if you’ve never seen a wild turkey, you definitely should book a visit to Ashtabula County.
The American black bear is a large, omnivorous mammal that can grow up to 6 feet tall. It prefers living in dense forests, and despite its large size the American bear possesses fantastic tree climbing skills. If you live near a forest and own a beehive, the American black bear will go to great lengths to get some honey. Even if it means smashing the beehive to splinters.
After hibernation, hungry black bears hunt for fish or eat decaying remains of other predators’ prey.
If you watched the popular ’90s Saturday morning cartoon Road Runner, you’ll definitely appreciate a one-on-one encounter with an actual coyote. Ashtabula County is home to hundreds of indigenous coyotes due to its thick forests and abundance of small rodents. In the wild, coyotes usually feed on beavers, rabbits, moles, opossums, groundhogs, and small amphibians.
Lake Erie contains plenty of indigenous fish species and hosts Ashtabula’s county alligators. Alligators are mainly ambush hunters that wait for unsuspecting prey drowning their thirst at the lake’s shores. One way to distinguish an alligator from a crocodile is by looking inside the mouth. An alligator has a tongue while a crocodile lacks it.
Ashtabula County has its fair share of venomous and non-venomous serpents. The Northern Copperhead snake is a deadly species that resides in rocky areas and feeds on insects, mice, rats, and, amphibians.