A Note On The Winter Habits Of Eutamias Townsendii

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Animals and Forest Regeneration

elsewhere. Chipmunks (Eutamias townsendii) were generally distributed and feed in a similar way to the deer-mice, but as they hibernate, do not make heavy demands on the seed crop lying in winter. Birds, such as finches, are not very important during the winter season


Tree Nests of California Chipmunks (Eutamias) ABSTRACT: Eight nests of Eutamias townsendii and E. quadrimaculatus were found in trees from 6 to 27 m aboveground. One nest found in the au-tumn was occupied by a male E. townsendii. The other seven nests were found during the summer, and were occupied by adult females with litters of young.