This scat is composed of small, dry pellets filled with plant material. This scat can be found in a wide range of habitats stretching from Southern Canada to Bolivia.
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Scats and Tracks of the Pacific Coast, Including British Columbia: A Field Guide to the Signs of 70 Wildlife Species / James C. Halfpenny ; illustrated by Todd Telander. Helena, Mont. : Falcon, c1999. Naturalist Center Reference QL768 .H36 1999