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Collared Pika
Ochotona collaris

Has gray collar, creamy buff facial patch, and white underparts. Upperparts are drab and washed with… read more

American Pika
Ochotona princeps

Lacks gray collar, has rusty brown facial patch, and buff underparts. Summer pelage ranges from gray… read more

Yellow-faced Pocket Gopher
Cratogeomys castanops

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Plains Pocket Gopher
Geomys bursarius

Coat of short fur with brown to black coloration over the upper body and lighter brown or tan fur on… read more

Botta's Pocket Gopher
Thomomys bottae

One of the world’s most variable small mammals, usually has a unique purple tinge to the flanks. Ran… read more

Camas Pocket Gopher
Thomomys bulbivorus

Largest of the Thomomys, with a very restricted range. Dull sooty brown on the back, and dark grayis… read more

Western Pocket Gopher
Thomomys mazama

Richly colored gopher with pale to dark reddish-brown back and gray underparts tipped with buff. Som… read more

Northern Pocket Gopher
Thomomys talpoides

A widespread and variable gopher with dark patches behind the ear. Color can be brown or grayish bro… read more

Southern Red-backed Vole
Clethrionomys gapperi

Brilliantly colored, can easily be distinguished by broad, reddish band running from forehead to rum… read more

Sagebrush Vole
Lemmiscus curtatus

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California Vole
Microtus californicus

Medium-sized vole with tail of moderate length and belly fur that is pale with gray at the base. Gri… read more

Long-tailed Vole
Microtus longicaudus

Small, thick-bodied, grayish vole with long bicolored tail. Feet have six plantar tubercles. Ears ar… read more

Creeping Vole
Microtus oregoni

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Meadow Vole
Microtus pennsylvanicus

A robust vole with a relatively short tail and compressed muzzle. Dull brown above with a gray belly… read more

Woodland Vole
Microtus pinetorum

Tiny reddish vole with reduced eyes and ears and large foreclaws for its semifossorial life. Tail is… read more

Townsend's Vole
Microtus townsendii

One of the largest voles, with dark brownish fur and large ears. Tail is long, and blackish or brown… read more

Southern Bog Lemming
Synaptomys cooperi

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