Foxes inhabit fields, mountains, deserts, woodlands, and grasslands. They dig tunnels in the dirt to sleep, store food, and house their pups. Foxes are frequent near farming and residential areas in Britain and the US.


Raccoons like wet woods but can dwell in fields, farms, and towns. They use trees, woodchuck burrows, garages, barns, caverns, and rain drains as dens. Humans don't scare raccoons.


Opossums live in fields and forests. No matter their habitat, they stay near streams. They nest in trees, caverns, or abandoned structures in Central, North, and South America.


Rabbits thrive in grasslands and tropical forests. They can be found in marshes and the desert, depending on the species. They're ground-dwellers. The well-known European rabbit digs burrows in yards & yards.


Groundhogs occasionally live in deep forests, although they prefer open fields, meadows, and streams and roads. Groundhogs eat daises, dandelions, and other vegetation. They won't reject a good vegetable crop.


Weather determines where deer live. In winter, they avoid snow, freezing rain, and other harsh factors by staying in woodland places. Deer migrate to meadows and fields in summer.


Skunks are interesting critters with a stinky protection mechanism. You can find them in open fields, wooded regions, bushes, or grassy areas. When threatened, they spray sulphur on their assailant.


Some species of squirrels reside in fields, meadows, or even your lawn. As its title implies, the ground squirrel lives on the ground. Squirrels hoard food for the winter and can find it under a foot of snow.


The mole may swiftly destroy your yard by building tunnels and burrows. Moles eat worms, grubs, and insect larvae. They're widespread throughout the US.

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