The meadow vole (Microtus pennsylvanicus), sometimes called the field mouse
or meadow mouse, is a North American vole found across Canada, Alaska and ...
The Meadow Vole, or "Field Mouse," is a small, common rodent that lives in
grassy fields, woodland, marshes, and along lakes and rivers. It is five to seven ...
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Meadow voles are small rodents can range from 128 to 195 mm in length with tail
almost half as long as the body. Their backs are very dark brown to a reddish ...
Meadow voles make extensive runways through vegetation which provide
concealment from predators when traveling at all times during the day and night.
The meadow vole is active at all times of the day, but tends to be more nocturnal
during the summer and diurnal during the winter. Females are territorial, and ...
Meadow Voles have a remarkable reproductive output: they are the world's most
prolific mammals. Females can breed when they are a month old and produce ...
Jun 30, 2014 ... Scientific Name: Microtus pennsylvanicus. Common Name: Meadow Vole. (
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The meadow vole is a small, dark brown rodent that is common in grassy
marshes throughout the Chesapeake Bay region.
Meadow vole (Microtus pennsylvanicus), also called meadow mouse, one of the
most common and prolific small mammals in North America. Weighing less than ...