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Wolverine. Largest member of weasel family Dark brown fur w/ light tan stripe on each side25-35 pounds “glutton” eats mice, gophers, birds, eggs, delayed implantation - litter 2-3 young No enemies. Badger. Mascot of Wisconsin Sandy Brown w/ white strips down nose Excellent diggers

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Wolverine

Wolverine

  • Largest member of weasel family Dark brown fur w/ light tan stripe on each side25-35 pounds “glutton”

  • eats mice, gophers, birds, eggs,

  • delayed implantation -

  • litter 2-3 young

  • No enemies


Badger

Badger

  • Mascot of Wisconsin

  • Sandy Brown w/ white strips down nose

  • Excellent diggers

  • eats rodents

  • Delayed implantation

  • Live in dens

  • Live 12 years


Porcupines

Porcupines!

  • One of the largest rodents up to 40 lbs. and 36 inches long, It lives in forested areas from Alaska to new Mexico basically it lives everywhere, it spends most of it’s time in trees and is a veggie eater, It breeds in November and it’s young are born with quills and can basically take care of it’s self from about a week and can live up to 8yrs old. I t has natural enemies: the lynx the coyote the mountain lion and wolverines.


Opossum

Opossum

  • They are the only marsupial in N America

  • a salt and pepper look their face is white with a black stripe with bald ears and tail

  • weigh about 12lbs and 36in

  • eat fruit,nuts,insects,eggs


Raccoon

Raccoon

  • Medium sized predator, with black mask.

  • Very adaptable. Found almost anywhere in America, and Canada

  • Eats allot of both plants and animals.

  • Has young Jan-Mar.


Muskrat

Muskrat

  • Relative of beaver, 25 inches long, 3 pounds.

  • Found near water- marshes, swamps, riverbanks.

  • eats aquatic plants, fish, and veggies.

  • 2 to 4 litters a year, 4 to 8 per litter


Beaver

Beaver

  • Wide spread flat brown tail rich dark fur.

  • Rivers,streams,woodland areas.

  • Eats aquatic plants,water willies bark. Mates for life.

  • Largest rodent in America.


Long tailed weasel

Long-tailed Weasel

  • Description- most common, dark brown with white belly, 12 - 20 inches long

  • Habitat- woodlands, fields, abandon farmsteads

  • Feeding Habits- mice, chipmunks, domestic poultry

  • Life Cycle- 3 to 6 young, live 5 years


Wolverine

Mink

  • Member of weasel family, 20 to 30 inches long, average 3lbs.

  • Habitat- woodlands, everywhere but southwest.

  • Eat frogs, fish, snakes, muskrat, much more

  • breed in January and February


Bobcat

Bobcat

  • The Bobcat is medium sized, gray to red brown w/ a black steak.

  • It lives in woodlands,marshes

  • Eats small mammals

  • there are four bobcats every four days.


Wolverine

Lynx

  • Lives in Alaska and Canada is 13 feet long and about 15-30 lbs.. Is reddish -brown and has ear tufts,

  • Eats grouse squirrels rodents and snowshoe hare

  • They carry their young for 60 days and live to be about 8-12 years


Black tailed prairie dog

Black-tailed Prairie Dog

  • Yellowish, Brownish, to buff colored.

  • Live in Mexico, and Canada.

  • Eats large grasses and insects.

  • Gestation period even 35-40 days.


Woodchuck

Woodchuck

  • Light brown rodent that live alone

  • live in open woodlands field edges

  • eat grass,cloves,alfalfa

  • babies carried for 28 days and live to be about 9yrs old

  • about 32in and about10lbs


Cottontail rabbit

Cottontail Rabbit

  • Brown w/ white cotton ball tail, 13-17 inches wide

  • lives in farmsteads, fields and bushy areas

  • eat- grass,shrubs,herbs and vegetables

  • breeding begins Feb. through Sept.


Jack rabbit

Jack Rabbit!!

  • 17-20 inches ,brown color

  • southern deserts and prairies

  • grasses brush and herbs

  • lives 6 yr..

  • Clocked at 45 mph


Swamp rabbit

Swamp Rabbit

  • Larger than cottontail

  • darker brown less gray tinge

  • weighs 3 to 6 lbs.

  • 16 to 18 inches

  • low- lying poorly drained areas

  • southern states

  • dense thickets

  • many green grasses and bark

  • breeding season Feb. to Mar.

  • two or more litters per season

  • two to four per litter

  • 39 to40 day gestation


Snowshoe hare

Snowshoe Hare

  • Brown color in summer,changes in fall to white

  • dense vegetation

  • grasses, herbs, eat during summer

  • 2-3 liters each year

  • live to 3 years of age


Red squirrel

Red Squirrel

  • Rusty red color.14 inches

  • evergreen forests Alaska to Rocks.

  • Eats Varity of nuts.

  • Single litter

  • 6 inches tail


Grey squirrel

Grey Squirrel

  • Gray, white, or black

  • .75 to 1.75 pounds

  • 18inches

  • lives in woods

  • acorns, nuts

  • sex all year round

  • 15 years


Fox squirrel

Fox Squirrel


Red fox

Red fox

  • Light to dark red coat and a bushy tail

  • yellow eyes, pointed ears, long narrow muzzle

  • weighs 8-10 lbs..

  • Open woodlands and fields, brushy areas

  • pheasants, rabbits, snakes, mice

  • Mate in January, 2 months later they have an average of 2-5 pups


Grey fox

Grey Fox

  • Salt and pepper gray with a black tipped tail

  • weighs 8-10 lbs..

  • Lives in central America, Southern and Northeastern U.S

  • Mice, rabbits, squirrels

  • Mate in Jan.; two months later they have 2-5 pups


Swift fox

Swift Fox


Spotted skunk

Spotted Skunk


Striped skunk

Striped Skunk

  • Most common

  • black and white

  • anywhere in North America

  • insects, mice, rats

  • winter breed, 3-8 young

  • live 10-12 years

  • 6-14 lbs., 30 in long


Coyote

Coyote

  • Reddish brown-gray

  • excellent senses

    • smell, hearing, eyesight

  • virtually anywhere

  • rodents, rabbits, fruits

  • 6-10 pups, breed in Jan

  • 15 years old

  • run up to speeds of 40 mph


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