Bloodworms are found in various areas along the East Coast and some regions of Canada. The majority of bloodworms sold commercially are harvested in Maine.Continue Reading
Bloodworms are mainly used as bait for fishing but are also used an ingredient in aquarium food. Bloodworm harvesting is an important part of Maine's economy that generates millions of dollars annually. Bloodworm diggers harvest worms from mudflats when the tide is low. Bloodworms are harvested year-round.
Bloodworms appear red in color due to the paleness of their skin. Bloodworms have the ability to bite and may cause allergic reactions. Bloodworms are able to lay millions of eggs during a lifetime.Learn more about Worms
Temperate rainforests are located in temperate regions, such as the Pacific Northwest, Alaska, Canada, New Zealand, East Asia, Australia and Europe. Most temperate rainforests are located along the coastline of temperate regions, where the mountain ranges trap moisture from the air masses that rise from the ocean. The trapped moisture condenses into rain and creates a lush rainforest.Full Answer >
The peak time for Canadian geese migration is fall, during the months of September and October when the birds typically relocate from northern regions of North America, such as Canada and the northern half of the United States. They move further south, following four migration corridors: the Atlantic, Mississippi and Central and Pacific flyways to end their journey in the southern temperate areas of the United States and even Mexico, where they can winter.Full Answer >
Snowy owls live in polar regions, and they breed in Canada, coastal Alaska and Greenland. In winter, they may be found as far south as Oklahoma, central California and northern Alabama. They are also found in Scandinavia and Siberia.Full Answer >
Examples of formal regions include Canada, the Islamic world, rice fields and the Rocky Mountains. Formal regions are typically used to determine and outline government, cultural and economic areas.Full Answer >