Mammals are very often seen while birdwatching, some of the more frequent sightings are coyotes, squirrels, elk and deer.

Arizona Bighorn sheep( seen in Tonto Nation(1/14)
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Very secretive.
Gray Fox, wasn't able to get him out of tree!
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My first fox sighting during the daytime.
Coyote, I think it just finished a nap.01/2013
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Coyotes are seen in wild and urban settings.
Bobcat large predator cat11/2012
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This animal is also an urban dweller at times.
Pocket mouse or kangaroo rat?
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This mouse has a very long tail.
Muskrat (large aquatic rat)
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Often seen lower salt river.
ground squirrel
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They chirp like birds.
Arizona Rock Squirrel (Spermophilus variegatus)
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Large ground Squirrel, very approachable.
Elk or wapiti (Cervus canadensis)
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Often in higher elevations you may see elk in some portions of Arizona.

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Collared Peccary (Pecari tajacu)
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Also called Javelina, small piglike mammals.

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