Common. Found Statewide. Lowest Conservation Concern.
Found in dense underbrush, bottomland hardwood forests, and a variety of other habitats, including old fields, upland forests, hammocks, and swamps.
This opportunistic omnivore consumes insects, spiders, slugs, and snails, but also eats seeds and fungi.
LIFE HISTORY AND ECOLOGY:
Breeds year-round, except for summertime. Gestation period lasts for about 23 days, with litter size averaging four.