18 November 2004
Male northern red-backed vole (Myodes rutilus). Picture taken on a pile of old firewood surrounded by tall shrubs and grasses; 20 meters from a horse barn and human dwelling; other northern red-backed voles frequently sighted year-round.
Tomas Belik (photographer; copyright holder; identification), University of Alaska Fairbanks
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