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Mammal Checklist

Common and scientific names from Bradley and others 2014, Revised Checklist of North E Occurs east of the Continental Divide American North of Mexico, 2014. W Occurs west of the Continental Divide List compiled by David S. Shea, November 1971. A Occurs in alpine areas (mountainous areas Revised by David S. Shea, Steve Gniadek, and Lisa Bate, November 2015. above treeline) R Occurs only rarely in the park H Historically in park, but no longer present

ORDER - , , CHIROPTERA - (Ochotona princeps) E W A Silver-haired (Lasionycteris noctivagans) E W Rockslides Coniferous , meadow edges, open water Snowshoe (Lepus americanus) E W ( fuscus) E W Coniferous forests Coniferous forests, buildings, bridges, caves White-tailed jackrabbit (Lepus townsendii) E R ( cinereus) E W Coniferous and deciduous forests, meadow edges (Sylvilagus nuttallii) E R (Lasiurus borealis) E R Forests, brushy areas Coniferous and deciduous forests, meadow edges myotis (Myotis californicus) W Coniferous forests, meadows ORDER - - Long-eared myotis (Myotis evotis) E W American pygmy ( hoyi) W Coniferous forests, meadows Dry, open coniferous forests Little brown myotis (Myotis lucifugus) E W Masked shrew (Sorex cinereus) E W Over open water, coniferous forests, buildings, caves Coniferous forests Long-legged myotis (Myotis volans) E W A (Sorex vagrans) E W A Coniferous forests, meadows Moist forests and grasslands, marsh and stream edges (Myotis yumanensis) W (Sorex monticolus) E W Over open water, forests Higher elevation coniferous forests (Sorex palustris) E W Stream edges ORDER - ORDER RODENTIA - ( rufus) E W R North American (Erethizon dorsatum) E W R Open forests, brushy areas Coniferous forests Lynx (Lynx canadensis) E W R American (Castor canadensis) E W Coniferous forests Streams, lakes Mountain ( concolor) E W Northern pocket (Thomomys talpoides) E W A Coniferous forests Meadows Northern ( lotor) E W R Yellow-bellied (Marmota flaviventris) E R Open forests, stream bottoms Open, rocky foothills; talus slopes American black ( americanus) E W A (Marmota caligata) E W A Forests, slide areas, alpine meadows Rocky areas, alpine meadows (Ursus arctos) E W A Least ( minimus) E W A Forests, slide areas, alpine meadows High, open forests; brushy, rocky areas; alpine meadows Red ( vulpes) E W Yellow-pine chipmunk (Tamias amoenus) E W Grasslands, open Open forests; brushy, rocky areas (Vulpes velox) E R Red-tailed chipmunk (Tamias ruficaudus) E W Eastside grasslands Open forests; brushy, rocky areas ( latrans) E W A Golden-mantled ground E W A Forests, grasslands ( lateralis) Gray (Canis lupus) E W High, open forests; rocky areas Forests, grasslands Columbian ( columbianus) E W A Striped ( mephitis) E W Open woodlands, grasslands, alpine meadows Open forests, grasslands Thirteen-lined ground squirrel E R American (Taxidea taxus) E W R ( tridecemlineatus) Grasslands Grasslands Northern river ( canadensis) E W Richardson's ground squirrel (Urocitellus richardsonii) E R Rivers, lakes Grasslands ( gulo) E W A Northern (Glaucomys sabrinus) E W Coniferous forests, alpine meadows Coniferous forests Least (Mustela nivalis) E W R (Tamiasciurus hudsonicus) E W Open forests, grasslands Coniferous forests Short-tailed weasel (Mustela erminea) E W A Western jumping ( princeps) E W A Coniferous forests, meadows Grasslands, alpine meadows Long-tailed weasel (Mustela frenata) E W A Bushy-tailed wood (Neotoma cinerea) E W A Open forests, meadows Rocky areas, old buildings American (Vison vison) E W North American mouse ( maniculatus) E W A Creek and lake edges Forests, grasslands, alpine meadows American (Martes americana) E W Common (Ondatra zibethicus) E W Coniferous forests Streams, lakes, marshy areas (Pekania pennanti) E W R Northern bog (Synaptomys borealis) W R Coniferous forests Coniferous forests Southern red-backed (Myodes gapperi) E W Moist coniferous forests ORDER ARTIODACTYLA - EVEN-TOED Western (Phenacomys intermedius) E W A (Antilocapra americana) E H Coniferous forests, alpine meadows Eastside prairies Water vole ( richardsoni) E W A White-tailed deer ( virginianus) E W High-elevation stream and lake edges Coniferous forests, meadows, creek and river bottoms Long-tailed vole (Microtus longicaudus) E W deer (Odocoileus hemionus) E W A Coniferous forests, grasslands Open forests, meadows, often at high elevations (Microtus pennsylvanicus) E W ( canadensis) E W Open forests, meadows, along streams, marshy areas. Open forests, meadows (Alces americanus) E W Coniferous forests, lakes, slow streams, marshy areas Caribou (Rangifer tarandus) W R Coniferous forests to subalpine Bighorn ( canadensis) E W A Open mountainous areas Mountain ( americanus) E W A High peaks and meadows American ( bison) E H Eastside parklands and prairies

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