What animals live in cranberry bogs?
You cannot get cranberry juice in Saudi Arabia except at select importers. Cranberries require bogs to grow and there are no bogs anywhere near Saudi Arabia.
I know what kind of animals live in a bog. I dont know what kind of plants there are living in a big. Geese, swans, frogs, ducks, cyoties, foxes and dragon flies they all live in bogs. I know this because my back yard has 7 bogs!!!
Animals that don't live in oceans, lakes, rivers, streams, swamps, bogs, etc. Are all dry land animals. ~ ~Sleenky
Bogs can inhabitant many animals. Some of these animals include frogs, water birds, fish, mammals and other amphibians. Bogs are found all over the world.
Yes, they live in coastal Bogs.
There are many different plants that live in bogs.
Cranberries grow on vines in special 'beds' layered with sand, peat, gravel and clay. These beds are called bogs, and were originally created by glacial deposits. Today, commercial bogs use a system of wetlands and ponds to provide a natural habitat for cranberry cultivation.
The English word cranberry derives from the word craneberry, because when the flowers dip down they resemble the head of a crane and also the fact that cranes were seen eating the berries which grew in bogs where they nest.
Foxes don't really live in bogs, but urban areas and grassland.
Bird live in bogs because they are stupid birds that don't know what they are doing in the normal life cycle they live in with their stupid shelf dummy assess.
alligators are vary populous in bogs, along with many poisionous snakes and frogs.
the pitcher plant usually live in bogs, but bogs are being destroyed (aka: habitat distruction)
frogs, alligators, turtles, salamanders.... fish?
Bog turtles lives in wet and cold areas, where the water is shallow and slow moving. You might also find them in bogs.
Pitcher plants live in peat moss bogs. These bogs are very acidic, and nutrient poor. These are carnivorous plants and capture insects in their fluid filled "pitcher" shaped leaves to obtain nutrients.
Yes. They are called highbush cranberry and other names. I have several growing in the woods behind my home in Maine. I was very surprised by this because I used to pick Cranberries on the bogs down in Southern Massachusetts, so to see them on trees was odd to say the least. My husband and I are doing research on these berries to learn more about them.
The cranberry vine thrives in conditions that would not support most other crops: acid soil, few nutrients and low temperatures, even in summer. Contrary to popular belief, cranberries do not grow in water. They are grown on sandy bogs. Because cranberries float, some bogs are flooded when the fruit is ready for harvesting.
No. Platypuses need clean, clear freshwater creeks and rivers.
no because they dont like it.. they told me so personally
in every type of wet lands exept for bogs
Yes, there are a lot of crows in what are called the bogs of Ireland.
1. cranes 2. bears 3. raccoons
A very very few plants do have to eat. The carnivorous plants live in nitrate depleted environments (e.g. bogs, swamps) and they capture and eat insects for protein that they can extract amino acids from. But they don't use any other parts or nutrients in these insects. Animals must eat to get everything they need to live.
some people just fell in the bogs ,others were sacrificed and left in the bogs.
Bogs accumulates acidic peat...=)
It is found in Northern California and Oregon, growing in bogs and seeps with cold running water.
herons,marsh wrens,red wing blackbirds,rails,gallinules,ducks and grebes.
The viper snake mainly lives in places that are wet in the rainforest like woodlands; riverbanks, bogs and also they live in mountains.
Generally speaking: fish algae and other various plants reptiles like snakes, gators, and frogs mammals like foxes, shrews, platypus, and raccoons birds like cranes and King Fishers many many many types of insects
Cranberries grow on long-running vines in acidic, sandy bogs and marshes, mostly in the northeast United States, but also in Wisconsin and the Pacific Northwest. Native American used crushed cranberries to preserve food throughout the winter. They also used cranberries as medicine and dye. In 1620, English settlers at Plymouth, Massachusetts, learned to use cranberries from the Native Americans. By 1683, they were making cranberry juice. Cultivation of cranberries began around 1816, after Captain Henry… Read More
There are different types of iris. Some prefer sunny gardens. Others live in bogs or swamps.
Steffen Bogs was born in 1965.
Bogs Adornado was born in 1951.
Since bogs are found in both temperate and tropical regions of the world, there is not one particular type of climate associated with bogs.
A lemming lives in a low, damp bogs and meadows with heavy vegetation growth. Or to make it simpler northern hemisphere
Bogs are like quick sand and it takes a while to get out, marshes dont have any bogs and swamps are overgrown.
another name for swamps and bogs are wetlands
Jürgen Bogs was born on 1947-01-19.
Marshes, swamps, and bogs are an example of wetlands.
You may be referring to bogs, though not all bogs are swampy or low, as some bogs are in mountains as well as lowland areas.
Animals that live in groups can defend themselves better than the animals live in solitary. Animals live in solitary means animals live alone by themselves.
You can get it in super markets like hypercity ,Natures Basket
Tom Bogs was born on November 21, 1944, in Denmark.
cranberries are the only berries that grows in the swampy bogs
Not all grasshoppers live in the grass! The northern grasshopper may live in mountain meadows, bogs and swamps, and even in the Arctic! For a fun and informative kid's site on grasshoppers, go to the related link below:
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subtropical animals are animals that live in the subtropics. subtropical animals are animals that live in the subtropics.
It depends on the size of the bog and the variety of cranberry grown there. The average yield in the US is about 200 barrels (20,000 pounds) per acre, although some bogs can yield as much as 500-600 barrels (50,000-60,000) per acre and others hardly produce anything.