American Badgers

Some articles on american badgers, badgers:

American Badger - Habitat - Plant Communities
... American badgers are most commonly found in treeless areas, including tallgrass and shortgrass prairies, grass-dominated meadows and fields within forested habitats, and shrub-steppe communities ... low, dry elevations) commonly associated with American badgers include creosotebush (Larrea tridentata), junipers (Juniperus spp.), gambel oak (Quercus ... In Colorado, American badgers are common in grass–forb and ponderosa pine habitats ...
American Badger - Life Cycle
... Badgers are normally solitary animals for most of the year, but are thought to expand their territories in the breeding season to seek out mates ... American badgers experience delayed implantation ... Badgers are born blind, furred, and helpless ...

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