Tallahassee, Florida

I will be in Tallahassee, Florida for work in a couple of weeks. It is a short and busy trip but I’m hoping to at least have evenings to do quick mammal searches. In particular, I’m interested in round-tailed muskrat and marsh rabbit. If there are good spots for rodents or bats, that would be great, too. 

2 Comments
  1. vdinets 10 years ago

    I haven’t seen the muskrat in that area, but St. Mark’s NWR has some appropriate habitat. It also has marsh rabbits. For bats and upland forest spp., try Florida Caverns.

  2. cmh78 10 years ago

    I would road cruise the Apalachicola National Forest SW of Tallahassee after the NWR closes. Your odds for the muskrat are low. I’ve put a pretty good amount of effort in over the last 10 years and have always come up empty. Your most likely mammals in the area are Raccoon, White-tailed Deer, Bobcat, Gray Fox, Black Bear, Eastern Cottontail, Nine-banded Armadillo, Marsh Rabbit, Striped Skunk, Hispid Cotton Rat, Eastern Gray Squirrel, Eastern Fox Squirrel,and Cotton Mouse. You could possibly tap a Southern Flying Squirrel out of a snag as well. Good luck, and let us know how it goes.

    Curtis

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