Mammals of Pennsylvania Online Resource
Where can I read more about Pennsylvania mammals?
The Section of Mammals has been intimately involved in the study of mammals in Pennsylvania for decades. A number of publications detail mammalian biology, history, and distribution in Pennsylvania.
- Doutt, J. K., C. A. Heppenstall, and J. E. Guilday. 1973. Mammals of Pennsylvania. Pennsylvania Game Commission, Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, 283 pp.
- Genoways, H. H., and F. J. Brenner. 1985. Species of Special Concern in Pennsylvania. Special Publication of Carnegie Museum of Natural History, 11: vi + 1430.
- McCoy, C. J., K. C. Parkes, and J. C. Sacco. 1994. Diversity of terrestrial vertebrates in Pennsylvania. Pp. 315325, in Biological Diversity: Problems and Challenges (S. K. Majumdar, F. J. Brenner, J. E. Lovich, J. F. Schalles, and E. W. Miller, eds.). The Pennsylvania Academy of Science, Easton, Pennsylvania, x + 1461 pp.
- Merritt, J. F. 1987. Guide to the Mammals of Pennsylvania. University of Pittsburgh Press, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. xviii + 408 pp.
- Rhoads, S. N. 1903. The Mammals of Pennsylvania and New Jersey. Privately published, Philadelphia, 266 pp.
- Shoemaker, H. W. 1913. Stories of Great Pennsylvania Hunters. Altoona Tribune Co., Altoona, Pennsylvania, 54 pp.
- Williams, S. L., S. B. McLaren, and M.A. Burgwin. 1985. Paleo-archaeological and historical and records of selected Pennsylvania mammals. Annals of Carnegie Museum, 54:77188.
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