Mice and Voles
Mice and voles mainly eat vegetation nuts, seeds, fruits, leaves and grasses.
hoary bat (length, 5.1-5.9 inches; wingspread, 14.6-16.4 inches; weight, 0.88-1.58 ounces) to the pygmy bat, or pipistrelle (length, 2.9-3.5 inches; wingspread, 8.1-10.1 inches; weight, 0.14-0.25 ounces). Nine species of bats occur in Pennsylvania; two others are rare visitors from the South.
Barn owls

Barn owls stand about 10-15 inches tall and have a wingspan of 41-47 inches. They have a nearly pure-white to dusky breast with small spots,small dark eyes, and have a hissing or scream-like vocalization.


 7" (17 cm). Bright blue above and on wings and tail; rusty throat and breast; white belly and undertail coverts. Female similar, but duller.

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Swans are grouped with the closely related geese in the subfamily Anserinae where they form the tribe Cygnini.
Peregrine Falcon
It is a large falcon, about the size of a large crow, with the female being larger than the male,and with a blue-gray back, barred white underside, and a black head and "mustache". About seventeen subspecies are recognized, which vary in appearance and range.
 The fisher is agile in trees and has a slender body that allows it to pursue prey into hollow trees or burrows in the ground
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