A Desert Oasis: Keystone Park and Wetlands
Studying a Real Wetland



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Mammals


Information about Mammals comes from the National Audubon Society Field Guide. The following list is not guaranteed that all mammals may be found at Keystone Wetlands Park

Table of possible mammals that could inhabit Keystone Wetlands

Insectivores Rabbits Rodents Carnivores
Desert Shrew Black-tailed Jackrabbit Texas Antelope Squirrel Common Raccoon
Mexican Ground Squirrel American Badger
Spotted Ground Squirrel Hooded Skunk
Black-tailed Prairie Dog Striped Skunk
Botta's Pocket Gopher
Desert Rocket mouse

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Authors: Michele Stafford-Levy, Shirley Davis, Albert Ortiz, & Ellen Treadway

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