Whiskeytown is home to a wide variety of mammal species. Rare mammals in the park include the Pacific fisher (a federal candidate species), four federal species of concern (long-eared, fringed, and Yuma myotis; and western big-eared bat), and one California species of concern, the pallid bat.
Black bears, coyotes, mountain lions, and fox can all be found in the park along with numerous rodents, rabbits, and insectivores. Bats are perhaps the park's most diverse group of mammals with 13 species documented here. To learn more about Whiskeytown's bats and to see photos of the 2002-2003 bat survey, visit our partner's website at Ball State University(http://www.bsu.edu/web/aaduff/).
Download Whiskeytown's Mammal List (pdf, 53K)
Did You Know?
Shasta Bally is the highest point in Whiskeytown at 6199 feet. Snow can usually still be seen through June.