Mammals of Wisconsin

Species accounts of Wisconsin mammals were written by students enrolled in the mammalogy course at UW-Stevens Point. These accounts are fashioned after student-published accounts on Animal Diversity Web, recognized as one of the premier educational sites on organismal diversity in the world. 

Species Accounts are arranged taxonomically by Order. To see an account, browse the Mammal Database for your favorite mammal. Please contact the curator of mammals with corrections. We are still working on the distribution maps.

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