One inside the cabin and the other at the Y intersection.
One at the bottom of the sled hill before the Y intersection.
14 Oct 2014.
Pennypack Ecological Restoration Trust, Montgomery Co, PA.
Found along a wooded path.
2 seen on trips to the pioneer cabin.
3 seen in various places
Going East on trail that leads to the Prairie trail near big brush pile. Found during Mammal class for Nouvel Catholic Central elementary.
The eastern chipmunk (Tamias (Tamias) striatus) is a chipmunk species found in eastern North America. It is the sole living member of the chipmunk subgenus Tamias, sometimes recognised as a separate genus. Its name comes from the Odawa (Ottawa) word ajidamoonh or the Ojibwe word ajidamoo, which translates literally as "one who descends trees headlong."