Two Scandinavian bears.

Scandinavian Bears

Two Scandinavian bears.

A family of bison.

American Bison

A family of bison.

A species of wild pig.

Wild Boar

A species of wild pig.

A pair of African buffaloes.

African Buffaloes

A pair of African buffaloes.

A Spanish donkey.

Burro

A Spanish donkey.

A goat-antelope species commonly found in Europe.

Chamois

A goat-antelope species commonly found in Europe.

A cheetah and an ocelot.

Cheetah and Ocelot

A cheetah and an ocelot.

An illustration of three common Daisies growing in the wild. One Daisy is partially closed and the other two are in full bloom.

Common Daisy

An illustration of three common Daisies growing in the wild. One Daisy is partially closed and the other…

One of the largest deer species.

Red Deer

One of the largest deer species.

A wild donkey.

Wild Donkey

A wild donkey.

The mallard, also known as the common wild duck averages about twenty-four inches in length. It inhabits Europe and North America.

Mallard Ducks

The mallard, also known as the common wild duck averages about twenty-four inches in length. It inhabits…

The branch of a Ficus populnea tree.

Branch of Ficus Populnea

The branch of a Ficus populnea tree.

"Nature, pervades the air, where grow the modest blue-eyed violets, the fragrant trailing arbutus, spicy and sweet, the funny Jack-in-the-pulpit, without which no collection of wild flowers would be complete, and there also maybe found the rare and beautiful bloodroot, whose stay is so short one can scarce catch a glimpse of its pure, white blossoms ere they vanish." -Beard, 1906

Bloodroot flower

"Nature, pervades the air, where grow the modest blue-eyed violets, the fragrant trailing arbutus, spicy…

An African mammal and the tallest of all land-living animal species.

Giraffe

An African mammal and the tallest of all land-living animal species.

A breed of domestic goat.

Angora Goat

A breed of domestic goat.

Also known as the wild goose of America, the Canada goose averages about forty inches in length fully-grown, and is known for its yearly migration between Canada and the United States.

Canada Goose

Also known as the wild goose of America, the Canada goose averages about forty inches in length fully-grown,…

A family of gorillas.

Gorilla Family

A family of gorillas.

An outdoor scene

Great Outdoors

An outdoor scene

A family of hippopotami.

Hippopotamus

A family of hippopotami.

The hoof of a horse.

Horse's Hoof

The hoof of a horse.

An illustration of horses running wild through town.

Horses Running Wild Through Town

An illustration of horses running wild through town.

Hyenas.

Hyenas

Hyenas.

The third-largest feline after the tiger and the lion.

Jaguar

The third-largest feline after the tiger and the lion.

A family of leopards.

Leopards

A family of leopards.

An illustration of a lion.

Lion

An illustration of a lion.

A family of lions.

Lions

A family of lions.

An illustration of a man crouched down guarding his face from a crane attacking him.

Man Attacked by Crane

An illustration of a man crouched down guarding his face from a crane attacking him.

The largest extant species in the deer family.

American Moose

The largest extant species in the deer family.

Wild mustard the proper size for spraying.

Wild mustard

Wild mustard the proper size for spraying.

Coasting otters.

Otters Coasting

Coasting otters.

"The Pigeon flying downwards and turning prior to alighting. The pigeon expands its tail both in ascending and descending."—Pettigrew, 1874

The Pigeon

"The Pigeon flying downwards and turning prior to alighting. The pigeon expands its tail both in ascending…

An illustration of an American wild pigeon, also know as a passenger pigeon.

American wild pigeon

An illustration of an American wild pigeon, also know as a passenger pigeon.

Once one of the most numerous bird species in the world, the common wild pigeon of the United States is now extinct.

Wild Pigeons

Once one of the most numerous bird species in the world, the common wild pigeon of the United States…

"The Red-headed Pochard in the acting of dropping upon water; the head and body being inclined upwards and forwards, the feet expanded, and the wings delivering vigorous short strokes in a downward and forward direction."—Pettigrew, 1874

The Red-Headed Pochard

"The Red-headed Pochard in the acting of dropping upon water; the head and body being inclined upwards…

A small cetacean that is related to whales and dolphins.

The Porpoise

A small cetacean that is related to whales and dolphins.

River with two boats on it. Scenery that of the north east.

Portait of a River

River with two boats on it. Scenery that of the north east.

Two boys from prehistoric times watch from a tree as a bull charges a bear.

Prehistoric Boys

Two boys from prehistoric times watch from a tree as a bull charges a bear.

A genus of animal that contains the cougar and jaguarundi.

Puma

A genus of animal that contains the cougar and jaguarundi.

Also known as the caribou. It is part of the deer family, commonly found in the Artic and Subartic.

Reindeer

Also known as the caribou. It is part of the deer family, commonly found in the Artic and Subartic.

The foot of a tiger with a sheathed claw.

Sheathed Tiger Foot

The foot of a tiger with a sheathed claw.

A species of sheep with large horns.

Rocky Mountain Big-Horn

A species of sheep with large horns.

A medium-sized brown and white gazelle.

African Springbok

A medium-sized brown and white gazelle.

Plant belonging to the Cinquefoil genus, of the rosaceae or rose family.

Barren Strawberry

Plant belonging to the Cinquefoil genus, of the rosaceae or rose family.

A tigress hunting with her cubs.

Tigress and Cubs

A tigress hunting with her cubs.

An illustration of a wild turkey.

Wild turkey

An illustration of a wild turkey.

"The turtle, adapted for swimming and diving, the extremities being relatively larger than in the seal, sea-bear, and walrus. The anterior extremities have a thick anterior margin and a thin posterior one, and in this respect resemble wings."—Pettigrew, 1874

The Turtle

"The turtle, adapted for swimming and diving, the extremities being relatively larger than in the seal,…

An unsheathed foot of a tiger.

Unsheathed Tiger Foot

An unsheathed foot of a tiger.

"Wild Cucumber (Ecbalium agreste)." — Chambers' Encyclopedia, 1875

Wild Cucumber

"Wild Cucumber (Ecbalium agreste)." — Chambers' Encyclopedia, 1875

Also called the gnu.

Wildebeest

Also called the gnu.

A woodchuck.

Woodchuck

A woodchuck.

An African equid best known for their distinctive black and white stripes.

Zebra

An African equid best known for their distinctive black and white stripes.