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    • Ochotona princeps
  • English
    • pika
    • American Pika
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    • pica d'Amérique

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Recent observations

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American Pika Ochotona princeps

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asemerdj

Date

June 18, 2016 03:04 PM PDT

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American Pika Ochotona princeps

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jay

Date

June 17, 2016 10:24 AM MDT

Description

One individual seen, not photographed.

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American Pika Ochotona princeps

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leehoy

Date

July 15, 2012 10:34 PM CDT

Description

American Pika
Ochotona princeps
Trail Ridge Road
Rocky Mountain National Park
Grand County, CO
15 July, 2012

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American Pika Ochotona princeps

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caraleigh

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June 3, 2016

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American Pika Ochotona princeps

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ian22

Date

May 25, 2016 01:38 PM PDT

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American Pika Ochotona princeps

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conuropsis

Date

July 6, 1984

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American Pika Ochotona princeps

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kdg

Date

July 31, 2013 01:52 PM ADT

Place

(Somewhere...)

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sallyking

Date

May 21, 2016

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American Pika Ochotona princeps

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hawnzd

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May 16, 2016

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American Pika Ochotona princeps

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hawnzd

Date

May 16, 2016

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hawnzd

Date

May 16, 2016

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American Pika Ochotona princeps

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hawnzd

Date

May 16, 2016
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Description from Wikipedia

The American pika (Ochotona princeps), a diurnal species of pika, is found in the mountains of western North America, usually in boulder fields at or above the tree line. They are herbivorous, smaller relatives of rabbits and hares.

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