- Pikas: Wildlife Notebook Series - Alaska Department of Fish and Game
- The collared pika (Ochotona collaris) is the only species of pika found in Alaska.
- WILDLIFE NOTES. Pika. DESCRIPTION.
- AMERICAN PIKA SURVEY FORM
- Survey Methods: Search for pika and pika sign in preferred habitat: talus fields Note if 1) pika seen or heard, 2) pika indirect sign found, or 3) no sign of pika.
- Boston Pizza slices up Pika
- Practically tied with Canmore Sports Experts for the top spot, Boston Pizza is evaluating their recipe for success after serving up a 3-1 'W' against Pika on Sunday, Aug. 21.
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- Yes you would. I can see instant number one sales spots in the respective App Stores if Nintendo just did this. Nintendo your shareholders are not happy and it's time to see that things have changed.
- Global warming sees animals head for the hills
- by James Mylott To escape the heat, the Pika will move to higher altitudes, but could easily become extinct if its new habitat does not cater to its specific requirements.
- Meet the critters running away from global warming
- By Seth Borenstein in Washington From: AP The American Pika has been moving to higher ground in the past hundred years.
- Pika - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
- The pika is a small mammal, with short limbs, rounded ears, and short tail.
- Damn Cute Pika - YouTube
- Nov 10, 2007 Clip with this adorable pika. David Attenborough narrates.
- American Pika - Ochotona princeps - NatureWorks
- American Pika The American pika has a small, round body, peppery brown fur, large round ears and no visible tail.
- All About Pikas at Pika Works
- What pikas are, where they live and who studies and protects them all over the world are explained.
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