The Cookie Cutter Kits are so much fun to make. Use the cookie cutter as a template. It keeps the felting needles away from your fingers and the fibers contained. Then add the details with the felting needle. Color it simple, use our designs as a guide or get creative and design your own.
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Did you know that apples grow in the mountains of the Pacific Northwest? One popular variety is even named after a state. Do you know which one? It's the Washington apple.
These apples grow well in altitudes between 500 - 3,000'. They love the fresh mountain water.
Did you know that you can find moose living in Oregon and Washington? They migrated from Idaho and Washington state south into Oregon.
Did you know that salmon and trout are in the same fish family? From trout to salmon, fishing is great in the Pacific Northwest.
Another name for the Buffalo is the American Bison. It is the largest land mammal in the United States. You might see a bison in the prairie or grassland in the Pacific Northwest or in a National or State Park.
After a long day spent enjoying nature, a cabin is where you'll want to be at night. Enjoy the rustic views. Don't invite unexpected guests. Be sure to keep your trash locked up.
If you're outside at night, you're sure to hear the errie call of the coyote. Coyotes, like wolves, belong to the dog family. Coyotes are not wolves, but are sometimes called the Prairie Wolf or the Brush Wolf.
Birding is a popular activity in the Pacific Northwest. What birds will you see on your outdoor activity?
Owls live in the woodland areas and hunt at night. If you're out camping, you're sure to hear the hoot of an owl. Owls are a large part of the Native American culture. As a spirit guide, they will bring your wisdom and discerment.
Did you know that you can often see whales from the shore? During their summer migration, Gray Whales often swim in groups near the coastlines from California to Alaska.
Did you know that you can see the White Sided Dolphin just off the Pacific Northwest coast? These dolphins love the cold water and are very active. They have approximately 60 teeth. I wonder if their teeth chatter when they get cold.
Foxes are not only cute, they are cunning, sly and witty. Did you know that in Native American culture, they are associated with the Trister? The fox represents quick thinking and getting around sticky/tricky situations.
Did you know that there are herds of wild horses that live in the Pacific Northwest? If you're lucky, you might spot a herd Kiger or Steens Mountain Mustangs that live in Washington and Oregon. The bureau of Land Management manages these wild horses and burros on public rangelands.
Did you know that there are about 1,000 wild horses living in the Pacific Northwest? You can see wild horses at one of the eight herd management areas in the Burns District. Many of these horses are adopted.
The moose that lives in the Pacific Northwest is the Shiras moose. This species can also be found living in Colorado, Idaho, Montana and British Columbia. They have migrated to Washington and then into Oregon. They are the smallest moose species.
Did you know that the Shiras moose is shorter and stockier than other moose? Their weight ranges from 600 - 1400 pounds and stand about 7' at the shoulder and can be 10' long? That's still a huge animal. The Shiras moose's antlers span about 5' wide and weigh about 50 pounds. That's a lot of weight for their head to support.
Did you know that Black Bears live in the mountains of the Pacific Northwest? They love to eat berries, nuts and other plant based foods. If you're camping, keep your food away from the bears - they have learned to like "people" food too.
The Trout kit is also available with a recipe card
Did you know that there are approximately 30 species of sharks living in the Pacitic Northwest? Most of them do not harm humans, but stay away from the Great White, Tiger and Salmon sharks.
Did you know that the Pacific Northwest has more evergreen trees than almost any other region in the US? You're sure to see the Douglas Fir tree. Did you know that it's the most important lumber tree in the USA? It's used to make paper, paper products, lumber, plywood and of course Christmas Trees.
There is a lot of wildlife in the mountains of the Pacific Northwest. Many people come to watch birds and look for wild animals. In Washington, the Gray Squirrel was put on the endangered species list. Logging and loss of habitat is the considered the main reason.
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