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Mammals of Colorado

Colorado has over 130 different species of mammals. Many of the Mammals listed below are abundent while some are endangered or even extirpated.

 

Badger
Bats
Beaver
Bighorn Sheep
Bison
Black Bear
Black Footed Ferret
Bobcat
Chipmunks
Cottontails
Coyote
Deer
Eastern Mole
Foxes
Gray Wolf
Grizzly Bear
Ground Squirrels
Hares - Jackrabbits and Snowshoe
Harvest Mice
Hispid Cotton Rat
Jumping Mice
Lynx
Marten
Mink
Moose

Mountain Lion
Muskrat
Nine-banded Armadillo
Northern Grasshopper Mouse
Ord's Kangaroo RatPika
Pocket Gophers
Pocket Mice
Porcupine
Prairie Dogs
Pronghorn
Racoon
Ringtail
River Otter
Rocky Mountain Goat
Shrews
Skunks
Tree Squirrels
Virginia Opossum
Voles, or Meadow Mice
Wapiti or Elk
Weasels
White-footed Mice
wolverine
Woodrats
Yellow-bellied Marmot

For more information on the Mammals of Colorado please visit the Colorado Division of Wildlife website.

 


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