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San Bernardino National Forest
Wildlife & Habitats
Wildlife such as
California mule deer,
and brush rabbits,
western gray and ground squirrels,
skunks, chipmunks and wood rats thrive here.
and occasional golden beavers may be sighted along the
Mojave River. In
are occasionally seen gliding silently above the lake, fishing for their next
meal. Water-oriented birds include great
mergansers and several varieties of ducks. Around
birds of prey include
redtailed hawks, Cooper’s hawks, ospreys and
roadrunners. This is also home to Clark’s nutcrackers, Steller’s and
rock wrens and mountain bluebirds.
For more information on this ecosection in general see:
Southern California Mountains and Valleys
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