Showing 4 types of NUISANCE WILDLIFE (MAMMALS)
Latin Name: Eutamias Spp.
Latin Family Name: Sciuridae
Several dozen species of these native animals occur in North America, with the genus Eutamias the predominate western group and Tamias the major eastern group.
Latin Name: Marmota monax
This is a native of North America and is found widely as far north as Alaska, south to Georgia, throughout eastern Canada and the U.S., throughout the central U.S. and western Canada and just touching Washington in the western U.S. This species is the one featured for “Groundhog Day” events.
Latin Name: Ondatra zibethica
These are native animals in North America and are found from the Arctic in northern Canada to Alaska and south throughout the U.S. and northern Mexico. They are found in every mainland state except Florida.
Latin Name: Microtus Spp.
Latin Family Name: Muridae
At least 84 species in this genus, with Microtus pennsylvanicus most prevalent east of the Rocky Mountains and north into central Alaska, and M. californicus most common in the western states. These are native animals.