Saw his burrow
Wood rat nest in Hahamongna area.
Partially eaten acorns in cavity under tree stump.
Found in a cavity under a log.
2 small rodent trails going opposite directions. Trail width on both is about 1.5", which in this area is the right size only for mice and voles. The bound going to the left (the far-right and far-left sets) is about 12", which is nearly 3" too long for any of the voles, who rarely bound anyway. That leaves only mice.
badly injured with hemorrhaging eye
seen climbing on a rock cut at night.
Dusky-footed woodrat nest. I think this is the only species found in our area.
Mouse feeding sign on acorn that was found in an unidentified old bird nest the mouse had taken over.
Along the Rio Grande in wetland swale with rushes, sedges, willow. Broad Canyon Ranch, N of Leasburg Dam, Dona Ana Co., New Mexico, USA.
I'm not 100% sure on the ID here.
Woodrat found this morning in a storage area under the house. We often have creatures attempting to live there, thus I normally have traps in the area. This one was not in a trap, having died last night for the body was still fairly flexible of unknown causes. Love the coloration.