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Pronghorn Deer, Mountain Lion, Golden-Mantled Ground Squirrel, and a Prairie Dog.

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Bryce Canyon's Furry Attractions
Bryce Canyon is home to 59 species of mammals. Mammals are classified as higher vertebrates that have hair and nourish their young with milk secreted by mammary glands. Viewing mammals is a favorite activity of another mammal we know as humans, and Bryce is a great place to see a lot of different kinds of mammals.

In this section of our website, you can learn more about some of the most common and interesting of Bryce Canyon's mammals. Below are four:

Do Not Feed Wildlife 2016
Do Not Feed Wildlife
Do Not Feed Wildlife
Please remember that it is a violation of federal law to feed any wildlife in the park and surrounding areas. Be mindful that some of these animals may be seen on or near the roads and trails and should not be approached as they may be dangerous.
mammals of bryce canyon
Ringtail, Pronghorns, and Coyote.

NPS Photo

Last updated: April 26, 2016

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Bryce, UT 84764


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