Peromyscus keeni

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Northwestern Deermouse: for more photos, see Sitka Nature Photo Gallery for Peromyscus keeni
Northwestern Deermouse (Peromyscus keeni): A species primarily of the Pacific Northwest Coast, it is widespread and common throughout Southeast Alaska except western Glacier Bay and the Northern Gulf Coast. This species is known from all the major islands and many of the secondary islands.

Local Notes

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Other References

  • MacDonald Cook 2007: Several subspecies in the region; genetic work suggests there is little movement between islands.

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