Large white species is the only hare found in the majority of its range. Nests are built in tunnels of snow for shelter where others may rest together for warmth.
Medium sized animals with short-legs and huge front claws. Body is highly variable in color from gray and brown to orange and almost black and they molt their coarse fur once a year changing color further. A broad white stripe is typical from back of head to the base of the tail. Distinctive long toes […]
Large hare with large legs and slim build. Tail is black as the name suggests, body ranges from light brown and gray to black in color with light gray to white belly. Molts once a year but does not change to white in winter like other hares.
One of two short-tailed wild felines along with the Canada Lynx Bobcats get their name from their bobbed tails. Distinguishable by a longer black tipped tail that is white underneath. Coloration is highly variable with season, geography and individuals. Bobcats have pointy tufted ears with black tips and white spots. Prints are approximately twice as […]
Similar to Minks in size, with light brown, yellow and white coloration and distinct black feet. Black rings also appear around eyes and tip of tail. Although once common, today they are very rare in the wild and endangered, only three wild populations are known to exist.