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Daytime-active animals such as deer, squirrels [pic 1], and chipmunks, are frequently seen by people, but many other mammals call this forest home. Smaller animals like mice [PIC 2], shrews [pic 3], and voles are common in these woods. Motion activated cameras have photographed fox, coyote [pic 4], bobcat, skunk [pic 5]opossum [pic 6], and raccoon [pic 7]. Tracking boxes are used to identify the many mammal species living in this forest by capturing their prints like the ones you see here.