10 different species at central park
one very famous tree in the park is the Douglas fir. The Douglas fir is an evergreen conifer species native to western North America, the tree was first documented on Vancouver Island in 1791. The leaves of the Douglas fir are needle like with pointed tips and the bark becomes very thick with age and deeply grooved, with dark reddish-brown ridges.
The downy woodpecker is mainly black and white, the male Downy woodpeckers have red on their heads but the females do not. Woodpeckers use their beak to drum on the trees in attempt to find food.
Another invasive animal at Central Park is the American Bullfrog. This frog has an olive green back and sides blotched with brownish markings and a whitish belly spotted with yellow or grey. The upper lip is often bright green and males have yellow throats.
Shrubs and Plants