Wildlife Species Lists

Belding's squirrel stands upright
Studies have been done on the social behavior of the Belding's ground squirrel.

D. Herr/U.S. Forest Service

Download the Yosemite Bird Checklist [343 kb PDF]. (To print on 8.5x11-inch paper, click on "Properties" to select "2 Sided Print, Flip on Short Edge" and scale page to "Shrink to Printable Area.")

Mammal species list

Amphibian species list

Reptile species list

Fish species list

Special status animal species (including endangered definitions)

  • Fast Fact: Insects make up the most abundant animal species population in Yosemite and throughout the world. Butterflies are the most studied insect within the park. View a comprehensive list of Yosemite’s butterflies.
  • Across the Country: 1,000 federally-listed T&E species are located in more than 200 of 392 National Park Service units.
  • Help the Scientists: Fill out a Wildlife Observation Card to report wildlife sightings to the park. [37 kb PDF]

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Mailing Address:

PO Box 577
Yosemite National Park, CA 95389

Phone:

(209) 372-0200
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