Chipmunks are common in North America. Chimpanzees are colonial rodents. Grey or brown with pointy ears. Chipmunks eat a range of foods. Mostly nuts, seeds, & fruits.
North American deer are white-tailed. White-tail deer inhabit forests and fields. Deer consume grasses, flowers, leaves, twigs, and acorns. Deer hunters utilise deer corn as an attractant.
Western icons include bison. Largest mammalian species. Eat grasses and shrubs. Bison horns contain hair- and nail-strengthening keratin. Predators, adversaries, and partners fear the horns.
North American meadows are home to pronghorn antelope. Grazing, they avoid predators. North American pronghorns are second-fastest in the world to cheetahs.
North America also has Bighorn Sheep. Rocky Mountain sheep. Large horns help them fend off predators. During mating season, bighorn rams bang their horns together.
Elk stand 6 feet tall at the shoulder. Elk eat leaves, buds, twigs, and flowers. Early summer is elk mating and pregnancy lasts two months.
Coyotes are wolf-related canids. They live in North, Central, and South America. They're bashful and avoid people. When threatened or protecting their area, they're dangerous.
Groundhogs are common in North America. They dwell underground. The North American groundhog is shy. They're not normally hostile, though.
Wolves are North America's largest canid. Endangered Species Act protects wolves. Therefore, capture and removal from the wild are regulated.