(1)   Mountain Lion or Cougar
 (2)    Owl
 (3)    River Otter
 (4)    Wild Boar or Feral Pig
 (5)    Rattlesnake (Timber)
 (6)   Chipmunk
 (7)   Deer
 (8)   Bobcats or Lynxes
 (9)   Buffalo
 (10) Red Foxes
 (11) Great Egret
 (12) Woodchuck or Groundhog
 (13)  Raccoon
 (14) Turkey
 (15) Vulture
 (16) Squirrels
 (17) Yellow Crowned Night Heron
 (18) Bald Eagles
 (19) Ringtail Cat
 (20) Cardinals
 (21) Red-Tailed Hawks
 (22) Opossum
 (23) Hummingbirds
 (24) Water snake
 (25) Bears
 (26) Mockingbirds
 (27) Bluejays
 (28) Copperhead
 (29)  Bats
 (30)  Flying Squirrels
 (31) Ruffed Grouse
 (32) Red-bellied Woodpecker
 (33) Nutria
 (34) Muskrat
 (35) Black Rat Snakes
 (36) Fishers
 (37) Coyotes
  • West Virginia is home to 70 wild mammals, approximately 300 species of migratory and non-migratory birds, and about 21 different species of snakes.
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  • Family cat and dog, both of which are the primary predators of urban and suburban wildlife and owners should keep cats inside and dog owners should keep their dogs outside in the back yard or inside the house.


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