Photo Credit: U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service
Found statewide, including urban areas. Lowest Conservation Concern.
Common in all habitats.
Diet extremely varied and includes rodents, rabbits, birds, eggs, many kinds of fruit, domestic poultry, livestock, and watermelons.
LIFE HISTORY AND ECOLOGY:
Usually breeds February-March with a gestation of about 60 days. Litter sizes are about six.