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Sanctuary Mammals

A list of the mammals that one might expect to find or see sign of in the Audubon Wildlife Sanctuary.

A list of the mammals one might expect to find or see sign of in Portland Audubon's sanctuary.

Red fox - Scott Carpenter Marsupialia
Opossum | Didelphis virginana

Eutheria
Montane Shrew | Sorex monicolus
Marsh Shrew | Sorex bendirii
Vagrant Shrew | Sorex vagrans
Shrew-mole | Neurotrichus gibbsii
Townsend Mole | Scapanus townsendii
Coast Mole |  Scapanus orarius

Chiroptera
Little Brown Myotis |  Myotis lucifungus
Big Brown Bat |  Eptesicus fuscus
Silver Haired Bat | Lasionycteris noctivagans
Hoary Bat |  Lasiurus cinereus

Rodentia
Aplodontia |  Aplodontia rufa
Townsend Chipmunk |  Tamias townsendi
Douglas Squirrel |  Tamiasciurus douglasii
Northern Flying Squirrel |  Glaucomys sabrinus
Deer Mouse |  Peromyscus maniculatus
Norway Rat |  Rattus norvegicus
Bushy-tailed Woodrat |  Neotoma cinerea
Red Tree Vole |  Phenacomys longicaudus
Western Red-backed Vole |  Clethrionomys californicus
Beaver |  Castor canadensis

Lagomorpha
Eastern Cottontail |  Sylvilagus floridanus
Brush Rabbit |  Sylvilagus bachmani

Artiodactyla
Elk |  Cervus elaphus
Mule Deer |  Odocoileus hemionus

Carnivora
Ermine |  Mustela erminea
Long-tailed Weasel |  Mustela frenata
Mink |  Mustela vision
River Otter |  Lutra candensis
Striped Skunk |  Mephitis mephitis
Spotted Skunk |  Spilogale gricilis
Raccoon |  Pocyon lotor
Black Bear |  Ursus americanus
Coyote |  Canis latrans
Red Fox |  Vulpes vulpes
Gray Fox |  Urocyon cinereoargenteus
Bobcat |  Lynx rufus
Cougar |  Puma concolor

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