I found quite a few chipmunks in this area. I searched for what kind they might be with the CDFG Wildlife Habitat Relations GIS maps and it appears that this population is not mapped. The closest population is the California Chipmunk and therefore that is my working hypothesis.
One adult and one subadult. Images shows both Neotrops and a double crest.
Near adult. Pink legs.
In stock "tank" a dozen or so adult individuals.
Ran from side of road. Noted pale sides contrasting with darker back. No black tips to ears.
Beach cast specimen found on crown point in Mission Bay.
Unseen barking audio recording.
Alive on road
Foot prints on road
On road after dark. Luckily I did not hit it. Took photos.
A small black one. Ran off road as I rounded corner.
Ran across road
Not too certain of species but hair inside ear is supposed to be good for nuttalli
Pastoral feeding bear
Aged track in sandy clay