Not sure what type of mouse this is.
Less likely R. rattus.
Body of water near belvedere castle, possibly The Lake
Occasionally in the attic. We've caught them and we've heard them.
on my sidewalk
dead, being pecked at by a crow
Enormous roof rat. Like squirrel-length, but twice as fat.
Condition: 68 F, inside, 12:14PM
Two female rats - pets.
Instantaneous scan (one scan every 20 seconds for 5 minutes).
Start: 2:14 PM
End: 2:19 PM
LO - Locomotion (actively walking/running forward or climbing)
AL - Alert (Head above shoulders, on all fours or hind legs, unmoving)
RS - Resting (sleeping or completely laying down)
F - Feeding (eating, holding food, or drinking)
GR - Grooming (grooming self with paws or tongue)
LO - 2.22%
AL - 2.22%
RS - 22.22%
F - 22.22%
GR - 13.33%
It was raining, windy and 43 degrees out. I spotted 4 rats all together, all of the same species. The habitat was inside a light barn with hay, cows for neighbors, and floors made of either concrete or dirt.
The brown rat, common rat, street rat, sewer rat, Hanover rat, Norway rat, brown Norway rat, Norwegian rat, wharf rat (Rattus norvegicus), or hood rat is one of the best known and most common rats.