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Virginia Opossum
Didelphis virginiana

Unique with white head and long, scaly, prehensile tail. A medium-sized, rather ponderous-looking ma… read more

Pacific Water Shrew
Sorex bendirii

Large, velvety, brownish-grayish dark shrew with relatively uniform belly and back. Similar to Ameri… read more

Trowbridge's Shrew
Sorex trowbridgii

Small shrew with nearly uniform, dark fur, whitish feet, and bicolored tail. This is the only shrew … read more

Vagrant Shrew
Sorex vagrans

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Neurotrichus gibbsii

Smallest of the moles, with a short thick tail. Not as well adapted for life underground as other mo… read more

Broad-footed Mole
Scapanus latimanus

Hairiest tail of western moles. The snout is shorter and broader than other moles, and the unicuspid… read more

Coast Mole
Scapanus orarius

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Townsend's Mole
Scapanus townsendii

Larger than all other moles in North America. Hindfoot exceeds 24mm; tail not as hairy as Broad-foot… read more

Townsend's Big-eared Bat
Corynorhinus townsendii (Plecotus townsendii)

Has huge ears and a pair of glandular lumps on either side of the nose. The back is pale to reddish … read more

Big Brown Bat
Eptesicus fuscus

As the name suggests, this is a large brown bat with naked, dark membranes. The tail is enclosed in … read more

Silver-haired Bat
Lasionycteris noctivagans

Beautiful dark brown or black bats with frosted hair on the back that extends down onto the basal po… read more

Red Bat
Lasiurus borealis

A distinctive looking bat with mottled reddish and grayish pelage that extends well over the interfe… read more

Hoary Bat
Lasiurus cinereus

Large, dark bat with grizzled fur that is frosted with white and marked with a yellow collar. The fr… read more

California Myotis
Myotis californicus

Tiny bat with short ears, relatively short hind feet, and an obviously keeled calcar. Differs from L… read more

Long-eared Myotis
Myotis evotis

Differs from other long-eared Myotis in slightly larger body size, longer (more than 21mm) ears that… read more

Little Brown Bat
Myotis lucifugus

An otherwise undistinguished species of Myotis that differs from the Yuma Myotis in having glossy fu… read more

Fringed Myotis
Myotis thysanodes

Easily distinguished by long ears and distinct fringe of hairs along posterior edge of tail membrane… read more

Long-legged Myotis
Myotis volans

Large-sized Myotis with longer, denser fur on the underside of the wing between the knee and elbow t… read more

Yuma Myotis
Myotis yumanensis

Medium-sized Myotis with short ears (extend less than 2mm beyond nose when bent forward), and an unk… read more

Snowshoe Hare
Lepus americanus

Smaller than other Lepus; base of winter hairs brown (not white). Summer pelage rusty brown above an… read more

Black-tailed Jackrabbit
Lepus californicus

Black upper tail and ear tips. Upperparts and sides are brown to dark gray, underparts pale gray. Ta… read more

Brush Rabbit
Sylvilagus bachmani

Small rabbit with short legs and tail. Ears are slightly pointed and sparsely haired inside (not wel… read more

Mountain Beaver
Aplodontia rufa

An odd, medium-sized burrowing rodent with small eyes and ears and long whiskers and claws. The fur … read more

Northern Flying Squirrel
Glaucomys sabrinus

Back is brown, grayish or tawny; edge of the wing membrane is blackish. Hairs on belly are white at … read more

California Ground Squirrel
Spermophilus beecheyi

A large, spotted squirrel with a mantle of light gray running from the ears back onto the shoulders.… read more

Townsend's Chipmunk
Tamias townsendii

The only chipmunk on the coast in its range, has indistinct dorsal stripes and brownish cheeks. The … read more

Douglas' Squirrel
Tamiasciurus douglasii

Brownish or reddish-gray sides; there is a chestnut-brown band down middle of back. Black ear tufts … 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

American Beaver
Castor canadensis

Unmistakable large, aquatic rodent with a sizeable, flat, paddle-shaped, scaly tail. Our largest rod… 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

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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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

House Mouse
Mus musculus

Small, nearly unicolored grayish-brown mouse with dark underparts. Tail is dusky and unicolored. Mos… read more

Bushy-tailed Woodrat
Neotoma cinerea

Large woodrat with bushy, squirrel-like tail. Ears are large, thinly haired, and almost translucent.… read more

Common Muskrat
Ondatra zibethicus

A medium-sized, brown, aquatic rodent. Back is dark brown, underside is slightly paler. Black tail i… read more

Deer Mouse
Peromyscus maniculatus

The most widespread, geographically and ecologically variable mouse in North America. Has large blac… read more

Norway Rat
Rattus norvegicus

Dark rat with brownish-gray back and a grayish belly with tail shorter than head and body. Scaly tai… read more

Black Rat
Rattus rattus

Scaly, sparsely haired, uniformly dark tail that is longer than the head and body. This dark rat has… read more

Pacific Jumping Mouse
Zapus trinotatus

Brightly contrasting colors on back with a brownish (not white) border to the ears. Pelage tricolore… read more

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