Sabtu, 13 Juni 2015

This is a list of wildlife found in the Skagit River basin of the Pacific Northwest.

Fish


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Salmon and trout

  • Sockeye salmon
  • Chinook salmon
  • Chum salmon
  • Pink salmon
  • Coho salmon
  • Steelhead (rainbow trout)
  • Coastal cutthroat trout
  • Dolly Varden trout
  • Golden trout
  • Brook trout
  • Bull trout
  • Mountain whitefish

Minnows, carp

  • Peamouth chub
  • Northern pikeminnow (formerly known as northern squawfish)
  • Longnose dace
  • Redside shiner

Suckers

  • Longnose sucker
  • Largescale sucker
  • Bridgelip sucker

Codfishes

  • Burbot (ling)

Sculpins

  • Slimy sculpin
  • Torrent sculpin
  • Coast range sculpin
  • Prickly sculpin

Sticklebacks

  • Three-spined stickleback

Reptiles and amphibians


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Turtles

  • Painted turtle

Lizards

  • Northern alligator lizard
  • Western fence lizard
  • Side-blotched lizard

Snakes

  • Rubber boa
  • Western garter snake
  • Common garter snake
  • Northwestern garter snake
  • Racer
  • Gopher snake

Salamanders

  • Northwestern salamander
  • Long-toed salamander
  • Pacific giant salamander
  • Rough-skinned newt
  • Western red back salamander
  • Van Dyke's salamander
  • Cope's giant salamander
  • Olympic salamander
  • Ensatina

Frogs and toads

  • Pacific treefrog
  • Tailed frog
  • Red-legged frog
  • Cascades frog
  • Spotted frog
  • Bullfrog
  • Western toad

Mammals


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Opossums

  • Opossum

Shrews

  • Masked shrew
  • Vagrant shrew
  • Dusky shrew
  • Northern water shrew
  • Pacific water shrew
  • Trowbridge's shrew

Moles

  • Shrew-mole
  • Coast mole
  • Townsend's mole

Bats

  • California myotis
  • Yuma myotis
  • Little brown myotis
  • Long-eared myotis
  • Long-legged myotis
  • Hoary bat
  • Townsend's big-eared bat
  • Silver-haired bat
  • Big brown bat

Pikas

  • Pika

Rabbits and hares

  • Eastern cottontail
  • Snowshoe hare

Mountain beaver

  • Mountain beaver

Chipmunks, marmots, squirrels

  • Yellow-pine chipmunk
  • Townsend's chipmunk
  • Hoary marmot
  • Cascade golden-mantled ground squirrel
  • Western gray squirrel
  • Fox squirrel (introduced)
  • Douglas squirrel
  • Northern flying squirrel

Beavers

  • Beaver

Mice, woodrats, voles

  • Deer mouse
  • Bushy-tailed woodrat
  • Red-backed vole
  • Heather vole
  • Meadow vole
  • Townsend's vole
  • Long-tailed vole
  • Creeping vole
  • Water vole
  • Muskrat
  • Northern bog lemming
  • Norway rat (introduced)
  • Black rat (introduced)
  • House mouse (introduced)
  • Pacific jumping mouse

Porcupines

  • Porcupine

Nutrias

  • Nutria (introduced)

Coyotes, wolves, foxes

  • Coyote
  • Gray wolf (endangered)
  • Red fox

Bears

  • Black bear
  • Grizzly bear (threatened)

Raccoons

  • Raccoon

Weasels

  • Marten
  • Fisher
  • Ermine
  • Long-tailed weasel
  • Mink
  • Wolverine
  • Striped skunk
  • Western spotted skunk
  • River otter

Cats

  • Mountain lion
  • Lynx
  • Bobcat

Elk, deer, moose

  • Elk
  • Mule deer
  • White-tailed deer
  • Moose

Goats

  • Mountain goats

Birds


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Loons

  • Common loon

Grebes

  • Pied-billed grebe
  • Horned grebe
  • Eared grebe
  • Western grebe

Herons and bitterns

  • Great blue heron
  • Green-backed heron

Swans, geese, ducks

  • Tundra swan
  • Trumpeter swan
  • Snow goose
  • Canada goose
  • Wood duck
  • Mallard
  • Northern pintail
  • Green-winged teal
  • Cinnamon teal
  • Northern shoveler
  • Gadwall
  • American widgeon
  • Redhead
  • Ring-necked duck
  • Greater scaup
  • Lesser scaup
  • Harlequin duck
  • Common goldeneye
  • Barrow's goldeneye
  • Bufflehead
  • Hooded merganser
  • Red-breasted merganser
  • Ruddy duck

Raptors

  • Turkey vulture
  • Osprey
  • Bald eagle
  • Northern harrier
  • Sharp-shinned hawk
  • Cooper's hawk
  • Northern goshawk
  • Red-tailed hawk
  • Rough-legged hawk
  • Golden eagle
  • American kestrel
  • Merlin
  • Peregrine falcon
  • Prairie falcon

Grouse, ptarmigan, quail

  • Spruce grouse
  • Sooty grouse
  • White-tailed ptarmigan
  • Ruffled grouse
  • California grouse (introduced)

Rails and coots

  • Sora
  • American coot

Shorebirds

  • Killdeer
  • Lesser yellowlegs
  • Greater yellowlegs
  • Solitary sandpiper
  • Spotted sandpiper
  • Pectoral sandpiper
  • Western sandpiper
  • Least sandpiper
  • Dunlin
  • Baird's sandpiper
  • Common snipe
  • Wilson's phalarope
  • Red-necked phalarope

Gulls and terns

  • Bonaparte's gull
  • Mew gull
  • Ring-billed gull
  • California gull
  • glaucous-winged gull
  • Common tern

Alcids

  • Marbled murrelet

Pigeons and doves

  • Rock dove
  • Band-tailed pigeon
  • Mourning dove

Owls

  • Vommon barn owl
  • Western screech owl
  • Great horned owl
  • Mountain pygmy owl
  • Northern spotted owl
  • Barred owl
  • Great grey owl
  • Long-eared owl
  • Short-eared owl
  • Northern saw-whet owl

Nighthawks and swifts

  • Common nighthawk
  • Black swift
  • Vaux's swift

Hummingbirds

  • Calliope hummingbird
  • Rufous hummingbird

Kingfishers

  • Belted kingfisher

Woodpeckers

  • Lewis' woodpecker
  • Red-breasted sapsucker
  • Downy woodpecker*Hairy woodpecker
  • Three-toed woodpecker
  • Northern flicker
  • Pileated woodpecker

Flycatchers

  • Olive-sided flycatcher
  • Western wood pewee
  • Willow flycatcher
  • Hammond's flycatcher
  • Dusky flycatcher
  • Say's phoebe
  • Western kingbird
  • Eastern kingbird

Larks

  • Horned lark

Swallows

  • Tree swallow
  • Violet-green swallow
  • Northern rough-winged swallow
  • Cliff swallow
  • Barn swallow

Jays, crows, ravens

  • Gray jay
  • Steller's jay
  • Clark's nutcracker
  • Black-billed magpie
  • American crow
  • Common raven

Chickadees, nuthatches, creepers

  • Black-capped chickadee
  • Mountain chickadee
  • Boreal chickadee
  • Chestnut-backed chickadee
  • Bushtit
  • Red-breasted nuthatch
  • White-breasted nuthatch
  • Brown creeper

Wrens

  • Bewick's wren
  • Marsh wren

Dippers

  • American dipper

Kinglets

  • Golden crowned kinglet
  • Ruby-crowned kinglet

Bluebirds, robins, thrushes

  • Mountain bluebird
  • Townsend's solitaire
  • Veery
  • Swainson's thrush
  • Hermit thrush
  • American robin
  • Varied thrush

Catbirds

  • Gray catbird

Pipits

  • American pipit

Waxwings

  • Bohemian waxwing
  • Cedar waxwing

Shrikes

  • Northern shrike

Starlings

  • European starling (introduced)

Vireos

  • Solitary vireo
  • Warbling vireo
  • Red-eyed vireo

Warblers

  • Orange-crowned warbler
  • Nashville warbler
  • Yellow warbler
  • Yellow-rumped warbler
  • Black-throated gray warbler
  • Townsend's warbler
  • Hermit warbler
  • American redstart
  • Northern waterthrush
  • MacGillivray's warbler
  • Common yellowthroat
  • Wilson's warbler

Tanagers

  • Western tanager

Blackbirds, meadowlarks, orioles

  • Red-winged blackbird
  • Yellow-headed blackbird
  • Brewer's blackbird
  • Western meadowlark
  • Brown-headed cowbird
  • Northern oriole

Grosbeaks, buntings, sparrows

  • Black-headed grosbeak
  • Lazuli bunting
  • Rufous-sided towhee
  • Chipping sparrow
  • Savannah sparrow
  • Fox sparrow
  • Song sparrow
  • Lincoln's sparrow
  • Golden-crowned sparrow
  • White-crowned sparrow
  • White-throated sparrow
  • Dark-eyed junco
  • Rosy finch
  • Pine grosbeak
  • Purple finch
  • House finch
  • Red crossbill
  • White-winged crossbill
  • Common redpoll
  • Pine siskin
  • American goldfinch
  • Evening grosbeak
  • House sparrow (introduced)

References


The Fish Files: Anadromous Juvenile Bull Trout in the Skagit River ...

"Fish checklist" (PDF). U.S. National Park Service. Archived from the original (PDF) on 2006-10-14. Retrieved 2006-05-22. 
"Mammal checklist" (PDF). U.S. National Park Service. Archived from the original (PDF) on 2006-10-14. Retrieved 2006-05-22. 
"Bird checklist". U.S. National Park Service. Retrieved 2006-05-22. 
Weisberg, Saul; Riedel, John; Johannessen, Tracie; and Scherer, Wendy (1993). "Sharing the Skagit, An Educator's Guide to the Skagit River Watershed". North Cascade Institute 0: 49â€"53. 


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