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Appalachian cottontail BeaverBlack Bear BobcatDeer mouse (PDF)Eastern chipmunk (PDF)Eastern cottontail
Eastern coyoteEastern moleElk Ermine or Short-tailed weaselEvening batFeral SwineFisherFox squirrelGray foxGray squirrel Hairy-tailed mole Hoary batHouse mouse (PDF)Indiana batLeast shrew (PDF)
Least weaselLong-tailed weaselMasked shrew (PDF)Long-tailed shrew (PDF)Meadow jumping mouse (PDF)Meadow vole (PDF)MinkMuskratNorthern flying squirrelNorthern long-eared batNorthern short-tailed shrew (PDF)Norway rat (PDF)OpossumPine or woodland vole (PDF)PorcupinePygmy shrew (PDF)RaccoonRed batRed fox Red squirrelRiver otterSmokey Shrew (PDF)Snowshoe hareSouthern red-backed vole (PDF)Southern bog lemming (PDF)Southern flying squirrelSpotted skunk Star-nosed mole Striped skunkTri-colored batWater shrew (PDF)White-footed mouse (PDF)White-tailed deerWoodchuck or GroundhogWoodland jumping mouse (PDF)Yellow-nosed vole (PDF)
The Pennsylvania Game Commission, as an independent agency of the Commonwealth, has jurisdiction over and management responsibility for all wildlife in Pennsylvania. By definition, wildlife includes all wild birds and wild mammals, both game and nongame species.
The Commonwealth is home to 480 species of wild birds and wild mammals. There are 436 species of wild birds, including 285 that are regular denizens of the state, while the remaining 129 species are less frequent visitors. Wild mammals are represented currently by 66 species; although the list of recognized species includes some that are relatively scarce and a few with ranges that extend marginally into Pennsylvania.
These lists are dynamic and will be updated periodically to reflect changes in species presence.
Current List of Wild Birds in Pennsylvania (PDF)Current List of Wild Mammals in Pennsylvania (PDF)Current List of Wild Birds in Pennsylvania - Alphabetical (PDF)Current List of Wild Mammals in Pennsylvania - Alphabetical (PDF)
Endangered and Threatened Species
Illustrated Annual Wildlife Diversity Reports Wildlife-Related DiseasesImportant Mammal Areas