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Pika - storing vegetation to be used as food in winter Featured American Pika Print

Pika - storing vegetation to be used as food in winter

CAN-2977
Pika - storing vegetation to be used as food in winter
Colorado, USA
Ochotona princeps
Inhabits talus slopes and rock slides usually near timberline and high mountains. Lives in colonies. Each pika has a territory within the colony at least in autumn. Related to rabbits. Feeds on grasses and herbs. Stores food in small piles of "hay" beneath boulders. Does not hibernate, spends the winter surviving on stored food often beneath a thick cover of snow. Makes a series of whistle-like calls.
John Cancalosi
Please note that prints are for personal display purposes only and may not be reproduced in any way

© John Cancalosi/ardea.com

PIKA - on pile of plants collected for winter food store. Showing haypile / hay pile Featured American Pika Print

PIKA - on pile of plants collected for winter food store. Showing haypile / hay pile

TOM-683
PIKA - on pile of plants collected for winter food store. Showing haypile / hay pile.
Mount Rainier National Park, WA, USA
Ochotona princeps
Tom & Pat Leeson
Please note that prints are for personal display purposes only and may not be reproduced in any way

© Tom & Pat Leeson/ardea.com

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Pika / Cony - Leaf in mouth, storing vegetation to be used as food in winter, stores food in small piles of hay beneath boulders Featured American Pika Print

Pika / Cony - Leaf in mouth, storing vegetation to be used as food in winter, stores food in small piles of hay beneath boulders

CAN-2683
Pika / Cony - Leaf in mouth, storing vegetation to be used as food in winter, stores food in small piles of "hay" beneath boulders
Colorado, USA
Ochotona princeps
Inhabits talus slopes and rock slides usually near timberline and high mountains. Lives in colonies. Each pika has a territory within the colony at least in autumn. Related to rabbits. Feeds on grasses and herbs. Stores food in small piles of "hay" beneath boulders. Does not hibernate, spends the winter surviving on stored food often beneath a thick cover of snow. Makes a series of whistle-like calls.
John Cancalosi
Please note that prints are for personal display purposes only and may not be reproduced in any way

© John Cancalosi/ardea.com