WILDLIFE OF CEDARS

BIRDS, BEES, BUGS, MAMMALS, REPTILES and more.

         In addition to mule deer, rock squirrels, bobcat, chipmunk, and  cottontail, we have infrequent sitings of badger, prairie dog, coyote, marmot, mountain lion, packrat,  raccoon, weasel-ermine, porcupine, striped skunk and civet.  Most reptile and amphibian photography opportunities are a result of  chance.  We have  not researched to document specific species. 

         Of ninety-one bird species we've seen and heard here, Katherine has been  able to photograph seventy.  At an elevation of 6300 feet, Cedars sits among and between several habitat types.   We get birds from open fields as well as birds who like  forested areas.  The year-round water adds a variety of vegetation  types, from riparian to forest to open sagebrush.  Some  species are here year-round, others nest here, others are chance sitings  in Spring and Autumn, and others spend the Winter months.

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