What animals can be seen in a forest?

Depends on the location of the forest.

Gray Wolf: The iconic predator of the American North. Wolf populations have sprung back in recent years after decades of decline.

Jaguar: The largest feline in the Americas, the jaguar once ranges into the Southern US. Now its range is from Mexico to Peru.

Brown/Grizzly Bear: The various subspecies are known by different names and vary greatly in their size and habits.

Red-cockaded Woodpecker: The forests of the Southern US are home to many species of woodpecker, including the red-cockaded.

Pine Marten: A fierce predator in its own right, the pine marten must avoid the hungry eyes of the great grey owl.

Great Grey Owl: Also known as the Lapland owl, this forest giant ranges across the northern hemisphere.