Cervids & bovids

Our 3 most widespread Southeast ungulates.

Our 3 most widespread Southeast ungulates.

We have 2 native antlered species (family Cervidae) in Southeast Alaska: Sitka black-tailed deer and moose. Elk were introduced in 1987 and are spreading rapidly through central and southern Southeast. Our only native horned species (family Bovidae) is mountain goat.

Southeast Alaskan cervids. Mature females, from top to bottom: moose, elk and deer. Scale in feet.

Southeast Alaskan cervids. Mature females, from top to bottom: moose, elk and deer. Scale in feet.

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Common Tracks Guide

Tracking has been a core activity in Discovery programs for years.  This pocket guide provides tracking tips for common mammals and birds of Southeast, helping students, teachers, and budding naturalists read the signs of non-human inhabitants in the landscape.

 

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