White-tailed Deer

Odocoileus Virginianus  Here at SciWorks, we have two white-tailed deer living in the Forest Edge Habitat located in our Environmental Park.  Megan, a doe, was born around 2003 and Buddy, a buck, was born in 2012. Both deer were imprinted as fawns and are unable to be...

Corn Snake

Scientific Name: Elaphe guttata. The corn snake is a non-venomous species that ranges from 24 to 72 inches in length. A patterned snake, often confused for the venomous copperhead, corn snakes may have a base color of orange, brownish-yellow, or gray with a pattern of...

Canada Geese

Scientific Name: Branta canadensis. Native to arctic and temperate regions of North America, Canada Geese are occasionally found in northern Europe, and have been introduced to other temperate regions.

Ball Python

Scientific Name: Python regius. Ball pythons are native to Central and Western Africa and are equally comfortable on the ground and in trees. They are crepuscular meaning they are active around dawn and dusk. These snakes derive their name due to their habit of...

Northern Walkingsticks

Scientific Name: Diapheromera femorata. Northern Walkingsticks grow over 3 1/2 inches long, with males being smaller than females. Walkingsticks have long, skinny bodies which closely resembles twigs or stems of plants. Males are brown, females are greenish-brown....