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A University of Utah study found the pikas, which normally live at much higher elevations

Pika. From Wikipedia ...

Jo Varner | Courtesy University of Utah. A small mammal known as a pika peers

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American pika. From Wikipedia ...

The American pika (Ochotona princeps), a relative of rabbits, occupies rocky environments in the mountains of western Northern America.

The average life span of the American pika is the wild is

About the size of large hamsters, American pikas often live in mountainous rock

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Living on the Edge

Pika perching on a rock at lower Slide Lake

A University of Utah study found the pikas, which normally live at much higher elevations and are threatened by climate change, survive at …

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The American pika, the smaller relative of rabbits and hares, is herbivorous.

A University of Utah study found the pikas, which normally live at much higher elevations and are threatened by climate change, survive at …

A pika in the ghost town of Bodie in California's Sierra Nevada, where the rabbit relative's populations are dwindling.

Remember when Pikas were going to be wiped off the face of the Earth due to climate change? Never mind… | Watts Up With That?

A University of Utah study found the pikas, which normally live at much higher elevations and are threatened by climate change, survive at …

Hay pile gathered by an American pika.

Pika visible on a talus slope in the Columbia River Gorge. © Oregon Zoo / photo by Michael Durham.

In August, Stein, Beever and other colleagues published a paper in Conservation Letters outlining how wildlife ...

A University of Utah study found the pikas, which normally live at much higher elevations and are threatened by climate change, survive at …

This undated photo released by the U.S. Geological Survey, shows a mountain-dwelling American pika. The American pika, a short-legged, softball-sized fur ...

American pika. Photo: Joanna Varner

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American pika Photo: Johanna Varner

Pika in the wild

American Pika in Utah's Tushar Mountains, eating a lil flower

The Columbia River Gorge, on the border of Oregon and Washington, is the lowest elevation on earth where American Pikas can be found. Pikas living in the ...

New research suggests pikas may choose what and when to eat to buffer their bodies against warming alpine temperatures

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Pika. From Wikipedia ...

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An American pika runs toward one of its winter food caches with a mouthful of plants. Pika don't tolerate heat very well, but are able to find cool places ...

Erik Beever surveys a talus patch for evidence of pikas in the Wassuk Range in Nevada

The American pika's cryptic coloration helps it blend in with its environment in the Sierra Nevada.

This pika was found in the Uinta Mountains of Utah. Image by Caddymob.

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This individual was at 603 m (1,978 ft) in Mount Baker-Snoqualmie National Forest.

American pika Photo: Johanna Varner

American pika making its distinctive call.

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The American pika's geographic range extends from New Mexico and California to the south,

Varner working with middle school students, high up in mountainous pika habitat. Photo:

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Figure 1: American pika, Ochotona princeps, in Glacier National Park,.

Climate Change Messed With These 5 Animals' Dinner Plans. By Ben Guarino

Embere Hall, the Wyoming Game and Fish Department wildlife coordinator in Laramie who did her dissertation on pikas and climate change, examines a haypile ...

Courtesy of Texas A&M University; Johanna Varner; Oregon State University; Stanford News Service; Carlos Jared

Nutritional content of plants in pika diet. The dominant species in the diet were tested

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American pika with mouthful of dried grass, Sequoia National Park, CA

The call of a moose is part of the collection in the Western Soundscape Archive.

Pika habitat. Photo: Johanna Varner

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An American pika (Ochotona princeps). Photo by Rebecca Barkley.

Vegetation pile, drying on rocks for subsequent storage. Gad Valley, Snowbird Ski Resort, Little Cottonwood Canyon, Utah

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Even top predators like pumas flee in our presence. Worse, they might be disrupting entire food chains as they go. (phil gould / Alamy)

Johanna 'Pika' Varner '02 Wins Global Award for Citizen-Science Endeavors

Johanna Varner stops at a roadside in Cascade Locks trying to get a view of her

Black bears are distributed throughout North America The two subspecies addressed in this paper are (

In the scientific community, there has been much discussion but few field tests of assisted migration, especially relocations over large distances.

A pika stands on top of a talus pile. Pika typically live at elevation and

American Pika

This cute little guy is the American pika. Research by the U.S. Geological Survey has found that pika populations are now disappearing from numerous ...

Pictured here is an adorable Mexican Spotted owlet found at Zion National Park in Utah. Zion is critical habitat for the Mexican spotted owl, ...

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Proportion of Douglas-fir seedlings with terminal buds removed by sheep browsing (by height

Relation of forest stand condition (or serai stage) to deer and elk forage and

EXCERPT of INTRODUCTION: Geographic patterns of local adaptation of forest trees have been studied since the 18th century, and most studies found that local ...

Pangea Split Reconsidered Because of Ancient Mammal Skull Found in Utah | Inverse

A computer charts a genetic analysis of a patient at the University of Utah. Genetic

Photo of Embere Hall in the mountains weighing a vegetation sample at one of her study

... a sphere with the measured mean pellet diameter) for American pikas (Ochotona princeps) at Bodie State Historic Park, California. R2 = 0.91, F1, ...

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One more pika photo, for good measure. (Wayne Steffes)

Dr. Cheryl Pirozzi, a University of Utah pulmonologist, is leading a cross-disciplinary study of the effects of air pollution on patients with idiopathic ...