This mouse was surprisingly bold, foraging in the open during broad daylight, near some sparrows.
See the small tracks to the right of the rat tracks in the photo.
at least three under bird feeders
Caught by a long-tailed weasel: http://www.inaturalist.org/observations/1185997
Running along shore at high tide, in upper meadow
Big Elm Creek was flooding over FM 2269 from heavy rains. The rats were along the edge and on the road.
Trapped in house
small, thin tail
was repeatedly running quickly between a hole and a covered spot (around noon) during daylight.
Wood rat nest? Under oaks, near pond.
My neighbor pointed out FIVE huge woodrat houses in the meadow on the edge where all the brush was trampled down by the flood.
En algunos lugares , se sigue sacrificando a los animales que se consideran dañinos y sus cuerpos, se cuelgan de los magueyes.
This mouse seems too large to be a oldfield mouse. Does anyone else have good ideas?
En el Iztaccihuatl a 4480msnm dentro del Refugio de montaña Otis McAllister (Ayoloco).
Location approximate. Seen at night while hiking the trail looking for Flying Squirrels; many small brown and gray, notably white-legged voles observed scurrying through the undergrowth on a nearly full moon night.
I turned a log (in a meadow) and it and all its teeny adorable babies scattered and this is the best shot I got!