Meadow Vole Microtus pennsylvanicus
A small rodent, although abundant rarely seen in the open due to its preference to be active at night. Lives in moist areas of meadows or forest. Prey for many hawks, owls and mammalian carnivores.
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Mammalia > Rodentia > Cricetidae > Arvicolinae
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How to Identify
For now, I identify this species by type of habitat where I find its burrow usually located in moist, dense, low growing grassland.
Where When to Spot
They are around all year. The only individual of this species I have spotted so far, moved around the entrance of its burrow located close to the large pond in Park Angrignon.
Number of times a species has been observed, identified, and recorded. A species is reported only once per visit to a park.