- Prairie - Wikipedia
Prairie is the French word for meadow, but the ultimate root is the Latin pratum (same meaning) Formation
- Trophy hunting - Wikipedia
Trophy hunting is hunting of wild game for human recreation The trophy is the animal or part of the animal kept, and usually displayed, to represent the success of the hunt The game sought is typically a large or impressively ornamented male, such as one having large horns or antlers
- Native American Houses
Native American Houses There were many different types of American Indian houses in North America Each tribe needed a kind of housing that would fit their lifestyle and their climate
- Landmarks of North America | Wondermondo
The best landmarks of North America are prehistoric monuments of Mesoamerica, the beautiful geysers of Yellowstone and European colonial architecture
- horse | Definition, Breeds, Facts | Britannica. com
The horse in life has served its master in travels, wars, and labours and in death has provided many commodities Long before their domestication, horses were hunted by primitive tribes for their flesh, and horsemeat is still consumed by people in parts of Europe and in Iceland and is the basis of many pet foods Horse bones and cartilage are used to make glue
- Types of Wolf - Caninest
The wolf from which most others arise, the gray wolf is the largest of the canid species They can be found in a wide variety of habitats throughout most of North America
- Bobcat - International Society for Endangered Cats (ISEC . . .
The Bobcat Lynx rufus is the most successful wild cat species in North America, and more easily recognized than many other small wild cats
- 12 Most Affordable Bucket List Hunts in North America . . .
Another request that has become more popular is the “Deer Slam ”There are five species of deer recognized by Pope and Young: whitetail, mule deer, Columbian blacktail, Sitka blacktail, and Coues deer The whitetail, being the most diverse species, is found in most areas of North America