Category: Spruce-Fir

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AMERICAN MARTEN
American marten (Martes americana), also known as pine marten or the American sable, belong to the weasel family and are closely related to fisher and...
Spruce-Fir, Balsam Fir, Balsam Fir (High), Red Spruce, Red Spruce (High), Spruce-Fir, Spruce-Fir (High) Mammal
BOBCAT
Bobcats are the most widely distributed wild felid in North America and are found in a broad variety of habitat types. They are listed as a Species of...
Mixedwood, Spruce-Fir, Balsam Fir, Red Spruce, Spruce-Fir Mammal
CAPE MAY WARBLER
The Cape May warbler (Dendroica tigrina) is a scarce to uncommon breeder in BCR 14. It prefers boreal situations containing mature spruce. It is liste...
Spruce-Fir, Balsam Fir, Red Spruce, Spruce-Fir Bird
HOARY BAT
The hoary bat (Lasiurus cinereus) is an uncommon migratory bat that leaves the region in the winter for the most part. In summer it roosts in tree cro...
Aspen/Birch, Aspen, Paper Birch, Hemlock, Non-Forest, Palustrine, Upland, Northern Hardwoods, Beech, Sugar Maple, Sugar Maple-Beech-Yellow Birch, Yellow Birch, Oak-Pine, Eastern White Pine, Northern Red Oak, Pine-Oak-Maple, Southern Hardwoods, Red Maple, Silver Maple, Speckled Alder, Spruce-Fir, Balsam Fir, Red Spruce, Spruce-Fir Mammal
INDIANA BAT
The Indiana bat (Myotis sodalis), a federally-listed endangered species, occurs in BCR 14 but only in the Champlain Valley in Vermont. It hibernates i...
Aspen/Birch, Aspen, Paper Birch, Hemlock, Mixedwood, Non-Forest, Palustrine, Upland, Northern Hardwoods, Beech, Sugar Maple, Sugar Maple-Beech-Yellow Birch, Yellow Birch, Oak-Pine, Eastern White Pine, Northern Red Oak, Pine-Oak-Maple, Southern Hardwoods, Red Maple, Silver Maple, Speckled Alder, Spruce-Fir, Balsam Fir, Red Spruce, Spruce-Fir Mammal
LITTLE BROWN BAT
The little brown bat (Myotis lucifugus) was a common species in BCR 14 but its populations are quickly declining throughout the region. These bats use...
Aspen/Birch, Aspen, Paper Birch, Hemlock, Non-Forest, Palustrine, Upland, Northern Hardwoods, Beech, Sugar Maple, Sugar Maple-Beech-Yellow Birch, Yellow Birch, Oak-Pine, Eastern White Pine, Northern Red Oak, Pine-Oak-Maple, Southern Hardwoods, Red Maple, Silver Maple, Speckled Alder, Spruce-Fir, Balsam Fir, Red Spruce, Spruce-Fir Mammal
LONG-TAILED SHREW
The long-tailed shrew (Sorex dispar) status is undetermined in BCR 14, although it is listed as a Species of Greatest Conservation Need (SGCN) in one ...
Spruce-Fir, Balsam Fir, Balsam Fir (High), Red Spruce, Red Spruce (High), Spruce-Fir, Spruce-Fir (High) Mammal
MOOSE
Moose (Alces alces) are most common in the northern part of BCR 14 but their populations are decreasing, with the possible exception of northern Maine...
Mixedwood, Non-Forest, Palustrine, Northern Hardwoods, Sugar Maple, Sugar Maple-Beech-Yellow Birch, Yellow Birch, Southern Hardwoods, Red Maple, Speckled Alder, Spruce-Fir, Balsam Fir, Red Spruce, Spruce-Fir Mammal
NORTHERN LONG-EARED BAT
The Northern long-eared bat (Myotis septentrionalis), is federally-listed as threatened and occurs in BCR 14. This species hibernates in caves or mine...
Aspen/Birch, Aspen, Paper Birch, Hemlock, Non-Forest, Palustrine, Upland, Northern Hardwoods, Beech, Sugar Maple, Sugar Maple-Beech-Yellow Birch, Yellow Birch, Oak-Pine, Eastern White Pine, Northern Red Oak, Pine-Oak-Maple, Southern Hardwoods, Red Maple, Silver Maple, Speckled Alder, Spruce-Fir, Balsam Fir, Red Spruce, Spruce-Fir Mammal
OLIVE-SIDED FLYCATCHER
The olive-sided flycatcher (Contopus cooperi) is a fairly common breeder in northern New England, rarer in the southern part of BCR 14. It prefers hig...
Mixedwood, Spruce-Fir, Balsam Fir, Red Spruce, Spruce-Fir Bird