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Allegheny Woodrat

Neotoma Magister

Size: 15-18 inches in length
Diet: This includes buds, leaves, stems, fruits, seeds, acorns and other nuts.
Reproduction: After a gestation period of 30-37 days, a litter of two to three young is born.
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Badger

Mustelidae

Size: Weigh approximately 40 pounds (18.1 kg)
Diet: Badgers are Carnivores
Reproduction: Litter of two to five young are born in a grass-lined burrow.

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Bats

Chiroptera

Size: 29–34 millimetres (1+18–1+38 inches) in length to 1.7 m (5 ft 7 in)
Diet: Nectar to birds and insects.
Reproduction: Usually have one offspring at a time. Can hold off reproduction until timing is more suitable.

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Beaver

Castor Canadensis

Size: 30-70lbs and 4ft long
Diet: Strict Vegetarians
Reproduction: 3-4 babies called kits

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Bobcat

Lynx Rufus

Size: Range in length from 30–50 inches, stand about 2 feet high, and weigh 15–30 pounds.
Diet: rabbits, mice, voles, squirrels, deer, muskrats, waterfowl and songbirds
Reproduction: An average litter of 1–3 kittens is born in April or May.

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Chipmunk

Sciuridae

Size: Typically 5-6 inches long, with a tail 3-4 inches long
Diet: Primarily grains, nuts, berries, seeds, mushrooms, insects, and even carrion.
Reproduction: Chipmunks breed twice a year and will have 2-5 young in each litter.

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Cottontail Rabbit

Sylvilagus Floridanus

Size: 1.8 to 4.4 lbs, 15-19 inches long
Diet: Clover, apple, willow, dogwood, hickory, rose, sumac, corn, soybean, bark of sprouts, and seedings
Reproduction: Litter-size range from 1-9 young.

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Coyotes

Canis latrans

Size: Average 25lbs (ranging from 20-50lbs)
Diet: Primarily feed on small mammals, rabbits, and squirrels
Reproduction:  Average litter of four to six pups

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Flying Squirrel

Glaucomys Volans

Size: Total length (including tail) is 21–26 cm (8.3–10.2 in). The tail can be 8–12 cm (3.1–4.7 in)
Diet: Acorns, nuts, berries, seeds, mushrooms, eggs, insects, young birds, and carrion
Reproduction: 3-7 young per litter

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Gray Fox

Urocyon Cinereoargenteus

Size: Average 8-12lbs
Diet: A variety of mammals, birds, insects, and plants
Reproduction: 3-5 pups per litter
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Indiana Bat

Myotis Sodalis

Size: The length of its head and body ranges from 1.5 to 2 inches.
Diet: Feed entirely on night-flying insects
Reproduction: Indiana bats give birth to only one young in midsummer.

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Mink

Neogale Vison

Size: 2–4 pounds and about 2 feet long including the tail
Diet: Muskrats, fish, frogs, crayfish, and snails
Reproduction: 3-6 young are born in late April or May

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Muskrat

Ondatra Zibethicus

Size: Weight of adult ranges from 1.3 to 4.5 lbs
Diet: Cattails (majority of diet), aquatic plants, roots, and rhizomes, some terrestrial plants
Reproduction: Litter average is 6 young, but can range from 3-10.

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Opossum

Didelphis Virginiana

Size: Adult opossums weigh about 7 pounds on average
Diet: Carron, eggs, insects, worms, fruits, nuts, seeds, plants, frogs, salamanders, turtles, snakes, small ground-nesting birds, small mammals
Reproduction: 5-13 young are born and crawl into the female's pouch to develop.

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Raccoon

Procyon Lotor

Size: Adults weigh 8-20 pound
Diet: Frogs, crayfish, turtle and bird eggs, small mammals, fruits, vegetables, crops like corn, beechnuts and acorns
Reproduction: Litters range in size from 1 to 9, average is 4.

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Red Fox

Vulpes Vulpes

Size: The average adult weighs 8 to 14 pounds, but can range from 6.5 to 20 lbs.
Diet: Cottontail rabbits, squirrels, mice, songbirds, berries, fruits, vegetables, nuts, vegetation, insects, invertebrates, carrion, scavenged meat, small lambs, and poultry
Reproduction: Litters may range from 1 to 12, but 5 or 6 are average.

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River Otter

Lontra Canadensis

Size: Weights range from 11 to 20 lbs
Diet: Fish, crayfish, mussels, frogs, salamanders, turtles, ducks, and other birds
Reproduction: Litter size is typically 1 to 3 kits

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Striped Skunk

Mephitis Mephitis

Size: Adult males are 10% larger than females, with both sexes measuring between 52 and 77 cm in total body length and usually weighing 1.8–4.5 kg (4.0–9.9 lb)
Diet: Insects, invertebrates, worms, grubs, bees, wasps, mice, birds, eggs, fruits, nuts, plants, snakes, frogs, lizards
Reproduction: 4-7 mouse-sized young

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