Rodents Chipmunks in the Best of the Web Directory

Rodents Chipmunks

  • Chipmunk (Eutamias minimus)

    Short BCAdventure.com article reviews description, distribution, and biology.

  • Chipmunks

    Brief article from Humane Society of the United States looks at range, burrows, threats, images, and video.

  • Chipmunks

    Mammals of the World reports appearance, ranges, habitats, diet, behavior, characteristics, and photographs.

  • DesertUSA: The Panamint Chipmunk

    Provides names, range, habitat, description, behavior, life cycle, and environmental role.

  • Eastern Chipmunk (Tamias striatus)

    Pioneer Middle School Virtual Zoo reports names, classification, description, range, habitat, food, predators, reproduction, and economic positives and negatives.

  • Eastern Chipmunk (Tamias striatus)

    Details include range, habitat, appearance, reproduction, longevity, behavior, food habits, and conservation status; from ADW at the University of Michigan.

  • Eastern Chipmunk (Tamias striatus)

    Presents size, appearance, locations, habitat, food, nesting, breeding, litter size, and conservation status.

  • Enchanted Learning: Chipmunk

    Lists printable coloring page, overview, burrows, anatomy, diet, and predators.

  • Least Chipmunk (Tamias minimus)

    Animal Diversity from University of Michigan reports on classification, geographic range, habitat, physical description, reproduction, longevity, behavior, food habits, and conservation status.

  • Merriam's Chipmunk (Tamias merriami)

    University of Michigan ADW looks at classification, range, habitat, appearance, reproduction, lifespan, behavior, food habits, and status.

  • Nature.ca: Eastern Chipmunk (Tamias striatus)

    Natural History Notebook contains sketch, map, behavior, diet, characteristics, burrows, and winter habits.

  • NatureWorks: Eastern Chipmunk (Tamias striatus)

    Features classification, images, diet and feeding habits, locations, habitat, breeding, and activity. From New Hampshire Public Television.

  • Panamint Chipmunk (Tamias panamintinus)

    Tells about classification, range and habitat, physical description, reproduction and lifespan, behavior, food habits, and status. Animal Diversity fact sheet.

  • Yellow-pine Chipmunk (Tamias amoenus)

    University of Michigan ADW discusses geographic range, habitat, appearance, reproduction, lifespan, behavior, food habits, and status.

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