Mammals Species Found on the Clemson Experimental Forest.

Didelphimorphia
Didelphidae
Virginia opossum - Didelphis virginiana

Insectivora

Soricidae
Southeastern shrew - Sorex longirostris
Northern short-tailed shrew - Blarina brevicauda
Least shrew - Cryptotis parva
Talpidae
Eastern mole - Scalopus aquaticus
Star-nosed mole - Condylura cristata

Rodentia
Sciuridae
Eastern chipmunk - Tamias striatus
Woodchuck - Marmota monax
Eastern gray squirrel - Sciurus carolinensis
Southern flying squirrel - Glaucomys volans
Castoridae
American beaver - Castor canadensis
Dipodidae
Meadow jumping mouse - Zapus hudsonius
Muridae
Marsh rice rat - Oryzomys palustris
Eastern harvest mouse - Reithrodontomys humulis
Cotton mouse - Peromyscus gossypinus
White-footed mouse - Peromyscus leucopus
Oldfield mouse - Peromyscus polionotus
Golden mouse - Ochrotomys nuttalli
Hispid cotton rat - Sigmodon hispidus
Eastern woodrat - Neotoma floridana
Meadow vole - Microtus pennsylvanicus
Woodland vole - Microtus pinetorum
Common muskrat - Ondatra zibethicus
Norway rat - Rattus norvegicus
Black rat - Rattus rattus
House mouse - Mus musculus

Chiroptera
Vespertilionidae
Northern long-eared bat - Myotis septentrionalis
Silver-haired bat - Lasionycteris noctivagans
Eastern pipistrelle - Pipistrellus subflavus
Big brown bat - Eptesicus fuscus
Eastern red bat - Lasiurus borealis
Hoary bat - Lasiurus cinereus
Seminole bat - Lasiurus seminolus
Evening bat - Nyticeius humeralis

Lagomorpha
Leporidae
Swamp rabbit - Sylvilagus aquaticus
Eastern cottontail - Sylvilagus floridanus

Carnivora
Canidae
Coyote - Canis latrans
Red fox - Vulpes vulpes
Gray fox - Urocyon cinereoargenteus
Ursidae
Black bear - Ursus americanus
Procyonidae
Raccoon - Procyon lotor
Mustelidae
Long-tailed weasel - Mustela frenata
Mink - Mustela vison
River otter - Lutra canadensis
Mephitidae
Striped skunk - Mephitis mephitis
Felidae
Bobcat - Lynx rufus

Artiodactyla
Suidae
Feral pig - Sus scrofa
Cervidae
White-tailed deer - Odocoileus virginianus

Information gathered from the SC GAP Analysis website, Whitaker and Hamilton 's Mammals of the Eastern US, and Dr. Susan Loeb