Pika: Cutest Animal in CA


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Pika: Cutest Animal in CA

Pika: Cutest Animal in CA

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Poop-Eating Pika Makes History

Poop-Eating Pika Makes History - Bites @ Animal Planet

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Stay cool, California! From the Yosemite pikas!

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    Thank you, pikas!

Happy National Get Outdoors Day!

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Get Ready to Cast Your Vote for Wildlife blog.nwf.org/...

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Cute pika photo for Wildlife Wednesday! Share the best photo that you've taken of California wildlife on our wall today and our favorite will win a year's subscription to either Ranger Rick or National Wildlife magazine. www.facebook.com/...

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Pika portraits

— Cuteness overdose-portraits of pika!

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A little pika from Yosemite to brighten your morning! Love wildlife? Like and share the National Wildlife Federation’s California pages for more great photos and to help protect nature pinterest.com/... and www.facebook.com/...

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Today's cute pika photo-eating lunch in Yosemite.

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Here is today's cute pika photo. I encountered this little guy in Yosemite. Love wildlife? Like and share the National Wildlife Federation's California page for more great photos and to help protect nature www.facebook.com/...

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Congratulations to the winner of this week’s Wildlife Wednesday! We couldn’t resist the adorable pika photo posted by Jeff Lear. He took this at Tioga Lake on the Eastern Sierra. Thank you to all who submitted-it was a really tough choice, but you’ll have weekly chances to win. Love wildlife? Like and share the National Wildlife Federation’s California page for more great photos and to help protect nature www.facebook.com/...

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Is there anything cuter than a pika?

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Pika get their named probably from the Russian word "pikat" which means to squeak. They make a cheerful chirping sound.

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Even pika stop to smell the flowers

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Quick as a bunny! Pika actually are in the rabbit family and scramble over rocks very fast.

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Pika, nicknamed rock rabbits or boulder bunnies, live in rocky alpine areas.

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