CENTRAL OREGON WILDLIFE CATEGORIES
Please always stay a minimum distance of 25 yards from most wildlife and 100 yards from predators like bears and wolves. This will help ensure the safety of you, your pets and the wild animal! If you find an injured or orphaned animal or have a question, call our Wildlife Hotline at (541) 241-8680.
Click here to learn about California Myotis, Western Small-footed Myotis, Little Brown Myotis, Long-eared Myotis, Long-legged Myotis, Hoary Bat, Silver-haired Bat, Canyon Bat, Spotted Bat, Big Brown Bat, Pallid Bat, Townsend’s Big-eared Bat, and the Brazilian Free-tailed Bat.
We're still working on building out this page - as you can imagine, there are quite a few raptors, corvids, songbirds and waterfowl that call Central Oregon home! Click here if you found an injured or orphaned bird.
COYOTES, WOLVES & FOXES
LIZARDS & SKINKS
PIKAS, RABBITS & HARES
RATS & MICE
Click here to learn about the Western Harvest Mouse, Canyon Mouse, Deer Mouse, Pinyon Mouse, Northern Grasshopper Mouse, Bushy-tailed Woodrat, House Mouse, Western Red-backed Vole, Long-tailed Vole, Montane Vole, Sagebrush Vole, Common Muskrat and the Western Jumping Mouse.
SHREWS & MOLES
SQUIRRELS, CHIPMUNKS & MARMOTS
Click here to learn about the Yellow-pine Chipmunk, Least Chipmunk, Allen’s Chipmunk, Yellow-bellied Marmot, California Ground Squirrel, Belding’s Ground Squirrel, Golden-mantled Ground Squirrel, Western Gray Squirrel, Douglas’ Squirrel and the Northern Flying Squirrel.