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Bryant’s Woodrat

Neotoma bryanti

Often living in the same neighborhood as the larger Big-Eared Woodrat, the Bryant’s Woodrat usually makes its nest in rocky crevices, often on steep slopes. Their nests are much less ambitious than it’s “Big-Eared” cousin, but they will scatter branches and other materials near their nest openings.

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