The hairy-legged vampire bat (Diphylla ecaudata) can be found in tropical and subtropical forests in South America.
The eastern red bat (Lasiurus borealis) is one of over three hundred species in the Vespertilionidae family, better known as the vesper family.
The American lion (Panthera leo atrox or P. atrox) is also known as the North American lion, American cave lion, or Naegele’s giant jaguar.
Miracinonyx, commonly known as the American Cheetah, is an extinct genus of large cats.
The big Free-tailed Bat (Nyctinomops macrotis) can be found in South, Central, and North America.
Baird’s shrew (Sorex bairdi) is a native species to northwest Oregon, inhabiting mainly conifer forests.
Townsend’s big-eared bat (Corynorhinus townsendii) is one of a large number of species in the vesper bat family.
The meadow vole(Microtus pennsylvanicus) is sometimes known as the field mouse or meadow mouse.
The Mexican long-tongued bat can be found in Mexico, Honduras, El Salvador, Guatemala, and the United States.
The evening bat (Nycticeius humeralis), a species in the vesper bat family, is native to North America and can be found throughout the eastern and mid-western United States and northeastern Mexico.
The silver-haired bat (Lasionycteris noctivagans) is the only species in the genus Lasionycteris within the large family of vesper bats.
The western mastiff bat, the largest native bat to North America, can be found in the western United States, South America, and Mexico.
The western pipistrelle, commonly known as the canyon bat, is a one of over three hundred known species of evening (or vesper) bats.
The desert red bat, or western red bat, is one of 318 species of vesper bats.
The singing vole (Microtus miurus) can be found in North America.
The Woodland Vole, or Pine Vole, can be found in eastern North America.
The San Joaquin antelope squirrel, also known as Nelson’s antelope squirrel, is native to the San Joaquin Valley in California.
The white tailed prairie dog (Cynomys leucurus) is located in western Colorado, western Wyoming, and in small areas in southern Montana and eastern Utah.
The Townsend’s ground squirrel, or Urocitellus townsendii, can be found in many areas of the United States.
The Prairie Vole, or Microtus ochrogaster, is a small rodent that lives in central North America.