Time to Test Your Knowledge: Wisconsin Woodlands and Wildlife Quiz

As a Wisconsin woodland owner, it’s important to have a good understanding of the trees and wildlife that inhabit your land. Whether you’re interested in maintaining the health of your forest, observing the local wildlife, or simply exploring the great outdoors, having a basic knowledge of the area’s ecology can be both educational and enjoyable.

That’s why we’ve created this pop quiz to test your knowledge of Wisconsin’s woodlands and wildlife. From state symbols to fascinating facts, this quiz will challenge you to think critically and expand your knowledge of the beautiful and diverse ecosystems found throughout the state.

So grab a pen and paper, and get ready to put your woodland savvy to the test! Make sure to check your answers at the end of the quiz.

  1. What is the state tree of Wisconsin?
    • a. White Pine
    • b. Sugar Maple
    • c. American Elm
  2. What species of wildlife is commonly found in Wisconsin woodlands and has a unique adaptation for climbing trees?
    • a. White-tailed Deer
    • b. Gray Squirrel
    • c. Raccoon
  3. What type of tree can grow up to 100 feet tall and is commonly found in Wisconsin woodlands?
    • a. Red Oak
    • b. Birch
    • c. Douglas Fir
  4. What is the largest bird of prey in Wisconsin?
    • a. Bald Eagle
    • b. Red-tailed Hawk
    • c. Osprey
  5. What is the state bird of Wisconsin?
    • a. American Robin
    • b. Northern Cardinal
    • c. Blue Jay
  6. What deciduous tree species, widely known for its vibrant, scarlet-red foliage in the autumn and its sap used to produce maple syrup, is commonly found in Wisconsin woodlands and forests?
    • a. American Beech
    • b. Eastern Redbud
    • c. Sugar Maple
  7. What type of mammal is often seen climbing trees in Wisconsin woodlands and is known for its ability to cache and store food for winter?
    • a. Gray Squirrel
    • b. Eastern Chipmunk
    • c. Red Squirrel


  1. Sugar Maple
  2. Gray Squirrel
  3. Red Oak
  4. Bald Eagle
  5. American Robin
  6. sugar Maple
  7. Easter Chipmunk