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chipmunks in northern idaho eastern wa

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GROUND-DWELLING SQUIRRELS
. Oregon, or Idaho, but there are 8 species of chipmunks (which are distantly related). . As of spring 2003, the Washington, northern Idaho, southern. Idaho .
http://www.fws.gov/idaho/publications/GrSqGuide.pdf

Pinus albicaulis
In eastern Washington and northern Idaho, whitebark pine is a seral . pine seedlings on the Gallatin National Forest, although browsing elk, chipmunks, and .
http://www.fs.fed.us/database/feis/plants/tree/pinalb/all.html


Chipmunks and Chipmunk Control - Chipmunk Geography
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http://www.crittergetteronline.com/Chipmunk/chipgeo.html

Tick Texas: Ticks 101-anatomy
It is found east of central Texas to the Atlantic Coast and northward to Iowa. . occurs on the Pacific Coast, and in parts of northern Idaho and eastern Washington. . such as the western chipmunk (Eutamias) or tree squirrels ( Tamiasciurus).
http://www.ticktexas.org/ticks/ticks101_anatomy.htm

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Tamias ruficaudus Red-tailed chipmunk Northern Rockies ...
General Description: The red-tailed chipmunk is a medium-sized chipmunk. . corner of Alberta, and through eastern Washington, Idaho, and western Montana.
http://nhguide.dbs.umt.edu/index.php?c=mammals&m=desc&id=45



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Tick Management Handbook
species recorded as feeding on humans in the eastern U.S. include Ixodes cookei, . Eastern U.S. & parts of the west coast . Washington, and northern Idaho. . to feed on a variety of small mammals such as ground squirrels, chipmunks, .
http://www.cdc.gov/ncidod/dvbid/lyme/resources/handbook.pdf