http://www.outdooralabama.com/wildlife/mammals

Mammals are characterized as warm-blooded (body temperature is internally regulated and constant, regardless of the external temperature) animals whose ...

http://www.outdooralabama.com/watchable-wildlife

Alabama Wildlife and their Conservation Status. Alabama is blessed with tremendous natural diversity that spans terrestrial habitats from the gulf beaches to the ...

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_mammals_of_Alabama

The U.S. state of Alabama is home to these known indigenous mammal species. Historically ... U.S. Fish and Wildlife lists as endangered. Myotis septentrionalis 1870.jpg .... Wild Pig KSC02pd0873.jpg, Sus scrofa, feral swine, Suidae, Exotic

http://www.encyclopediaofalabama.org/article/h-1278

Aug 16, 2007 ... Alabama is home to 62 native mammal species, of which more than half are ... and one type of wild cat (family Felidae): the bobcat (Felis rufus).

http://www.encyclopediaofalabama.org/article/s-116

Alabama is home to an impressive array of flora and fauna, due largely to its ... These regions are home to such common animals as the wild turkey and the ...

https://www.trails.com/list_13_wildlife-in-alabama.html

Alabama is home to a huge array of wildlife There are numerous species of fish, mammals, birds, amphibians, and reptiles that are native to... Read more.

https://matadornetwork.com/life/5-beautiful-species-can-find-alabama-help-thrive/

Dec 15, 2016 ... In fact, the 180 freshwater mussels species found in Alabama make up 60% of the ... The US Fish and Wildlife Service designated 13 miles of watershed in ... after only males were found in the wild, but conservationists remain ...

https://www.alabamawildlife.org/wildlife/

Wildlife. Equally as impressive as the Delta's plant composition is its abundance and ... These wild pigs take a heavy toll on native amphibians, reptiles and ...

http://www.aaanimalcontrol.com/Professional-Trapper/wildlife/AL-Birmingham-Wildlife.htm

State bird: Yellowhammer, wild turkey. State mammal: American black bear. State reptile: Alabama red-bellied turtle. State amphibian: Red Hills salamander

https://www.al.com/opinion/2015/06/what_animals_are_most_likely_t.html

Jun 19, 2015 ... Let's face it. None of us want to be swimming in the ocean and encounter a shark. And who wants to see a slithering snake in the middle of the ...