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Redwood Wildlife Checklist
Redwood Whales: North Pacific Bottlenose Whale - present Sperm Whale - present Sei Whale - existing Minke Whale - existing Killer Whale - present Humpback Whale - present Gray Whale - present Grampus - current Goosebeak Whale - current Fin Whale - present False Killer Whale - present Redwood Dolphins and also Porpoises: Pacific White-Sided Dolphin - current Harbor Porpoise - current Dall Porpoise - present usual Dolphin - current Redwood Seals and also Sea Lions: mainly Sea Lion - current Harbor Seal - current Elephant Seal - existing California Sea Lion - existing Redwood soil mammals: Roosevelt Elk - present Black Tailed Deer - present River Otter - current Ringtail - current Racoon - present Striped Skunk - current Spotted Skunk - existing Pine Martern - existing Mink - existing Longtail Weasel - existing Fisher - present Ermine - current Red Fox - present Gray Fox - current Coyote - present Black bear - current Mountain Lion - existing Bobcat - current Porcupine - existing Muskrat - existing Beaver - present White-footed Vole - present Townesend"s Vole - present Western Red-Backed Vole - likely Red Tree Vole - present Long-Tailed Vole - most likely Creeping Vole - most likely California Vole - current Norway rate - existing Black Rat - likely home Mouse -likely western Harvest mouse - existing Pinyon computer mouse - most likely Pacific Junping computer mouse - existing Deer computer mouse - existing Dusky-Footed Woodrat - present Bushy-Tailed Woodrat - current Botta"s bag Gopher - current Western Gray Squirrel - current Northern flying Squirrel - current Golden-MAntled ground Squirrel - likely Douglas"s Squirrel - current California ground Squirrel - current Belding"s ground Squirrel - Uknown Sonoma chipmunk - most likely Siskiyou chipmunk - current Allen"s Chimpunk - present Mountain Beaver - current Brush rabbit - current Black-Tailed Hare - current Townsend Mole - existing Shrew-Mole - present coastline Mole - current Broad-Footed Mole - most likely Vagrant Shrew - current Trowbridge Shrew - present Pacific Shrew - most likely Marsh Shrew - most likely Virginia Opposum - current Redwood Bats: mexico Free-Tailed Bat - most likely Pallid Bat - likely Yuma Myotis - existing Townsend"s Big-Eared Bat - most likely Silver-Haired Bat -likely Long-Legged Myotis - most likely Long-Eared Myotis - likely small Brown Myotis - current Hoary Bat - existing Fringed Myotis - most likely California Myotis - present huge Brown Bat - current
Redwood Turtles, Frogs, Newts, Skinks, Lizards, Snakes and also Salamanders: typical Garter snake - existing Western Terrestrial Garter line - existing Aquatic Garter snake - present Pacific Gopher snake - current California Kingsnake - present Ring-neckSnake - current Northern Pacific Rattlesnake - existing Sharp-Tailed snake - present Western Yellow-Bellied Racer - existing Pacific Rubber Boa - current Northwestern Fence Lizard - present Sagebrush Lizard - present Western Skink - current Southern Alligator Lizard - existing Northern Alligator Lizard - current Rough-skinned Newt - present Southern Torrent Salamander - existing Dunn"s Salamander - current Del Norte Salamanders - current Ensatina - present Pacific huge Salamander - existing California slim Salamanders - current Wandering Salamanders - present Arboreal Salamander - most likely Black Salamanaders- present Northwestern Salamander - present Bullfrog - present Foothill Yellow-legged frog - current Northern Red-legged Frog - current Pacific Treefrog - existing Western Toad - existing Tailed Frog - existing Western Pond tortoise - present Redwood Fish and other water creatures: Chinook Salmon - current Steelhead - present d Coho salmon - present seaside Cutthroat Trout - present Pink Salmon - existing Sockeye Salmon - present Eastern Brook Trout - present Brown Trout - current Pacific Lamprey - present Western Brook Lamprey - present Prickly Sculpin - present Black Rokfish - current Cabezon - present Fluffy Sculpin - existing Tidepool Sculpin -present Tidepool Snailfish - present Mosshead Sculpin - existing Sharpnoe Sculpin - present Penpoint Gunnel - current Largemouth base - present
Sacremento Sucker- present golden Shiner - existing Klamath little Mouth Sucker - present Brown Bullhead - current Green Sunfish - existing Pea Mouth - current English Soe - current Northern Anchovy - existing American Shad - present White Sturgeon - present Green Sturgeon - present Japanese Pond smelt - existing Threespine Stickleback - present Eulachon- present Tidewater Goby - existing Starry Flounder - current Saddleback Gunnel - present Pile Perch - current Rubberlip Surfperch - present Redtail Surfperch - existing Shiner Surfperch - present Night scented - present Longfin smelt - present Surf Smely - present Pacific Herring - existing Coastrange Sculpin - present Staghorn Sculpin - present Prickly Sculpin - current Redwood Birds: Cooper"s hawk - current Northern Goshawk - present Sharp-shinned hawk - present Spotted Sandpiper - resent Clark"s Grebe - present Western Grebe - current Northern Saw-whet Owl - present Red-winged Blackbird - present Wood Duck current Grasshopper Sparrow - existing Sage Sparrow - present Black-throated Sparrow - present Northern Pintail - current American Wigeon - current Northern Shoveler - existing Green-winged Teal - present Cinnamon Teal - existing Blue-winged Teal - present Eurasian Wigeon - current Mallard - existing Gadwall - existing Greater White-fronted Goose - present American Pipit - existing Scrub Jay - present Surfbird - present gold Eagle - present great Egret - present great Blue Heron - current Ruddy Turnstone - present Black Turnstone - present Short-eared Owl - present Burrowing Owl - present Lesser Scaup - present Redhead - present Ring-necked Duck - present Greater Scaup - present Canvasback - current Cedar Waxwing - existing Bohemian Waxwing - current Ruffed Grouse - current American Bittern - existing Marbled Murrelet - current Brant - present Canada Goose - present great Horned Owl - present cattle Egret - existing Bufflehead - present usual Goldeneye - current Barrow"s Goldeneye - current Red-tailed hawk - existing Rough-legged hawk - present Red-shouldered eagle - existing Green-backed Heron - no green Heron - current Lark Bunting - present Sanderling - present Dunlin - existing Baird"s Sandpiper - most likely Red Knot probably - present Stilt Sandpiper most likely - current Western Sandpiper - present Pectoral Sandpiper - likely least Sandpiper - current Rock Sandpiper - most likely California Quail - current Anna"s Hummingbird - existing Lawrence"s Goldfinch - present Pine Siskin - existing Lesser Goldfinch - current American Goldfinch - existing Cassin"s Finch - unconfirmed residence Finch - existing Purple Finch - present great Egret - no Turkey Vulture - present Hermit Thrush - existing Swainson"s Thrush - existing Canyon Wren - present Willet - existing Pigeon Guillemot - existing Rhinoceros Auklet - present Brown Creeper - existing Belted Kingfisher - present Vaux"s Swift - existing Wrentit - existing Snowy Plover - present Semipalmated Plover - present Killdeer - existing Snow Goose - unconfirmed Emporer Goose - unconfirmed Ross" Goose - unconfirmed black Tern - present common Nighthawk - current American Dipper - existing Northern Harrier - present Marsh Wren - present Oldsquaw - most likely Evening Grosbeak - present Yellow-billed Cuckoo - current Northern Flicker - present Band-tailed Pigeon - current Rock Dove - existing Olive-sided Flycatcher - no Olive-sided Flycatcher - present Western Wood-pewee - existing American raven - present typical Raven - present Blue Jay - present Steller"s Jay - present Tundra Swan -present Mute Swan - existing Black Swift - present Blue Grouse - present Yellow-rumped Warbler - existing Black-throated Gray Warbler - current Hermit Warbler - present Palm Warbler - present Yellow Warbler - present Townsend"s Warbler - existing Black-footed albatross - existing Bobolink - present Pileated Woodpecker -present Gray Catbird - current Snowy Egret - current White-tailed kite - current Pacific-slope Flycatcher - current Hammond"s Flycatcher - current Dusky Flycatcher - unknown willow Flycatcher - present Horned Lark - unconfirmed Rusty Blackbird - existing Brewer"s Blackbird - current Merlin - current Prairie Falcon - unconfirmed Peregrine Falcon - current American Kestrel - existing Tufted Puffin - existing Magnificent Frigatebird - existing American Coot - current Northern Fulmar - present common Snipe - present usual Moorhen - unconfirmed Arctic Loon - unconfirmed typical Loon - current Pacific Loon - existing Red-throated Loon - present usual Yellowthroat - existing Northern Pygmy Owl - current Blue Grosbeak - present Black Oystercatcher - present Bald Eagle - existing Wandering Tattler - existing Black-necked Stilt - unconfirmed Cliff sloop down - present Barn sloop down - current Harlequin Duck - present Yellow-breasted chat - present Bullock"s Oriole - present Hooded Oriole - unconfirmed north oriole - existing Orchard Oriole - existing Varied Thrush - current Dark-eyed Junco - existing Northern Shrike - existing Loggerhead Shrike - unconfirmed Herring Gull - current California Gull - likely Mew Gull - current Ring-billed Gull - current Glaucous-winged Gull - current Heermann"s Gull - present Glaucous Gull - current Western Gull - present Bonaparte"s Gull - present Franklin"s Gull more than likely - current Thayer"s Gull current Short-billed Dowitcher - most likely Long-billed Dowitcher - likely Marbled Godwit - current Hudsonian Godwit - present Bar-tailed Godwit - present Hooded Merganser - present Red Crossbill - current Red-headed Woodpecker - unconfirmed Acorn Woodpecker - existing Lewis" Woodpecker - existing White-winged Scoter - present Black Scoter most likely - current Surf Scoter - present Swamp Sparrow - current Lincoln"s Sparrow - current Song Sparrow - present common Merganser - current Red-breasted Merganser - current Northern Mockingbird - present Black-and-white Warbler - most likely Brown-headed Cowbird - current Townsend"s Solitaire - unconfirmed Ash-throated Flycatcher - present Clark"s Nutcracker - existing Long-billed Curlew - present Whimbrel - current Snowy Owl - current Black-crowned Night-Heron - existing Fork-tailed Storm-Petrel - current Leach"s Storm-Petrel - current MacGillivray"s Warbler - existing Mountain Quail - current Flammulated Owl - unconfirmed western Screech Owl - current Ruddy Duck - existing Osprey - existing Northern Parula Warbler - existing Black-capped Chickadee - current Mountain Chickadee - unconfirmed Chestnut-backed Chickadee - present House Sparrow - present Savannah Sparrow - present Fox Sparrow - present Lazuli Bunting - existing American White Pelican - current Brown Pelican - existing Gray Jay - existing Double-crested Cormorant - present Pelagic Cormorant - existing Brandt"s Cormorant - present typical Poorwill - likely Red Phalarope - present Red-necked Phalarope - current Wilson"s Phalarope - unconfirmed Ring-necked Pheasant - existing Black-headed Grosbeak - current Ruff - no Downy Woodpecker - present Hairy Woodpecker - present Pine Grosbeak - unconfirmed green-tailed towhee - likely California Towhee - present Rufous-sided Towhee - no Brown Towhee - no Spotted Towhee - existing Western Tanager - current Snow Bunting - most likely American Golden-Plover - likely Pacific Golden-Plover - likely Black-bellied Plover - current Horned Grebe - existing Red-necked Grebe - existing Eared Grebe - current Pied-billed Grebe - existing Vesper Sparrow - current Sora - existing Purple martin - unconfirmed Prothonotary Warbler - current Bushtit - present Cassin"s Auklet - existing Sooty Shearwater - current Short-tailed Shearwater - current Virginia Rail - present American Avocet - existing Ruby-crowned Kinglet - present Golden-crowned Kinglet - present financial institution Swallow - existing Black-legged Kittiwake - present Rock Wren - unconfirmed black Phoebe - existing Say"s Phoebe - unconfirmed Ovenbird - present Rufous Hummingbird - existing Allen"s Hummingbird - present American Redstart - existing Mountain Bluebird - present Western Bluebird - - existing Red-breasted Nuthatch - present White-breasted Nuthatch - present Red-breasted Sapsucker - present Yellow-bellied Sapsucker - present American Tree Sparrow - present Brewer"s Sparrow - present Chipping Sparrow - present Northern Rough-winged sloop down - present Calliope Hummingbird - unconfirmed parasitic Jaeger most likely - existing Pomarine Jaeger - existing Caspian Tern - present Elegant Tern - existing Forster"s Tern - likely typical Tern - existing Arctic Tern - present great Gray Owl - current Spotted Owl - present Barred Owl - current Western Meadowlark - present European Starling - present old Murrelet - present Tree gulp down - present Violet-green gulp down - current Bewick"s Wren - current Lesser Yellowlegs - existing Greater Yellowlegs - present Solitairy Sandpiper - existing House Wren - present Winter Wren -present American Robin - current Tropical Kingbird -present eastern Kingbird -present western Kingbird -present Barn Owl -present typical Murre -present Orange-crowned Warbler - current Nashville Warbler -present Cassin"s Vireo - current Warbling Vireo - current Hutton"s Vireo - present Wilson"s Warbler - current Yellow-headed Blackbird - present Sabine"s Gull - existing Mourning Dove - current White-throated Sparrow - existing Golden-crowned Sparrow - present White-crowned Sparrow - present Harris" Sparrow - present