Pikas are small mammals, generally weighing less than one pound, with short rounded ears and short limbs that keep them close to the ground. A cousin to rabbits, pikas can be found at higher elevations and call rocky mountainsides home where they live in crevices and build shelters from vegetation they gather throughout the summer. Although they are difficult to spot due to their size, you can hear them chirping, singing and squeaking among themselves, especially along the Highline Trail and around Logan Pass.
Approximate Size: 4" tall
Polyester, fill from recycled plastic water bottles
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