Burrows. Carnivore; both diurnal and nocturnal; mustelid; approx. Carnivore; balaenopteridae; up to 85 feet long; weighs up to 80 tons; sleek, slender black or gray-brown back with white belly; right lower jaw is white while left is black; underside of tail is white with gray outline; "V"-shaped head with gray marks behind it; baleen plates in mouth, pleats along throat. Also known as Blue-white Dolphin and Streaker. There are other species of mammals that historically once lived in Maryland but have now been extirpated from the region; the American bison, eastern puma, elk, and gray wolf. Subspecies of Eastern Fox Squirrel. Lives alone or in a pair. Maryland Executive Commissions, Committees, Task Forces, & Advisory Boards Herbivore; nocturnal; rodent; up to 24 inches long. Lives in pod. Migratory. Subspecies of American Pygmy Shrew. Can glide great distances; uses tail to steer in midair. Herbivore; diurnal; equine; 4.4 to 5.4 feet tall at shoulders; found primarily on Assateague Island, with a herd protected at Chincoteague National Wildlife Refuge in Worcester County. Intelligent. Can leap up to 10 feet horizontally. Almost indistinct from Sylvilagus obscurus. Also known as Common Shrew and Masked Shrew. Carnivore; phocidae; 5 to 6 feet long; 300 to 400 pounds; gray-silver body, black eyes, harp-shaped markings on back. Carnivore; 35 to 55 inches long; webbed feet and water-repellant fur. Herbivore; crepuscular; leporidae; 14.5 to 15.5 inches long; fur turns white in winter, and brown in warmer months; black-tipped ears all year. Lives alone or in small herds. American Bison LLC 114 E Preston St Baltimore, MD Meat Retail - MapQuest Get directions, reviews and information for American Bison LLC in Baltimore, MD. Omnivore; crepuscular; rodent. Acrobatic, known for breaching and slapping fins or tail against the water. Whale, Common Minke (Balaenoptera acutorostrata) Feeds by lunging into prey schools. Omnivore; nocturnal; rodent; 11.5 to 14.2 inches long (including tail); skilled climber; distinct membrane connecting front and rear legs. Prefers moist forest areas, and marshlands. Can jump more than 15 feet horizontally. Woodrat, Allegheny (Neotoma magister) Almost indistinct from Sylvilagus floridanus, but its distinct separating feature is the dark patch of fur between its ears. Weasel, Least (Mustela nivalis) Burrows and climbs. Primarily nests in ground debris, or rotted logs. Herbivore; trichechidae; 9 to 13 feet long; weighs 800 to 1300 lbs. Eastern Cottontail Rabbit (Sylvilagus floridanus), Glen Burnie, Maryland, June 2015 (left) & June 2019 (right). Feral horse [Assateague horse](right), Assateague Island National Park Seashore, Berlin, Maryland, May 2015. Herbivore; nocturnal; rodent; up to 24 inches long. Insectivore; nocturnal; soricidae; 3 to 3.5 inches (including tail); weighs 2 to 3 grams; can jump 4.5 inches vertically. Named for Georges Cuvier, who first described them. Photo by Sarah A. Hanks. Rat, Marsh Rice (Oryzomys palustris) Carnivore; both diurnal and nocturnal; canine; 3.5 to 5.5 feet long, 2 to 3 feet tall at shoulder. Burrows. Semi-aquatic; can “walk” on water. Carnivore; nocturnal; mustelid; up to 12 inches long; distinct black-tipped tail. Mouse, White-footed (Peromyscus leucopus) Whale, Pygmy Sperm (Kogia breviceps) Insectivore; nocturnal; chiroptera; approx. Horse, Feral (Equus caballus) Carnivore; kogiidae; up to 9 feet long; weighs 300 to 600 pounds; gray-blue or brown wrinkled back with white-pink belly; dark bulging eyes; white false gill plate; shark-like head with pointed snout with curved teeth; "spermaceti organ" in head that contains oil. Maryland Universities & Colleges Can reach speeds up to 18 mph. ; distinct stripe pattern running from head to tail. Prefers damp, open habitats. Capable of short bursts of speed. Also known as Many-toothed Blackfish and Electra Dolphin. Migratory. Can reach speeds up to 40 mph. Migratory. Fisher (Martes pennanti) Opossum, Virginia (Didelphis virginiana) Carnivorous; diurnal; mustelid; 26 to 49 inches long. Carnivore; delphinidae; up to 32 feet long; weighs up to 11 tons; black back with white belly and white patches near eyes; tall dorsal fin with white or gray "saddle" or patch behind it. Feral horses [Assateague horses], Assateague Island National Park Seashore (Worcester County), October 2016. Can reach speeds up to 40 mph. 3.9 inches long (including tail). Migratory. Seal, Gray (Halichoerus grypus) Herbivore; nocturnal; rodent; 8 to 10 inches long, 7 to 8 inch tail; distinct furred tail. Shrew, Northern Short-tailed (Blarina brevicauda) Also known as Blackfish and Pothead. Lives alone or in small pod. Burrows. Bobcat (Lynx rufus) Solitary. Named for Georges Cuvier, who first described them. Capable of short bursts of speed. Also known as Sea Cow. Blows at surface can be up to 13 feet high. Carnivore; kogiidae; up to 9 feet long; weighs 300 to 600 pounds; gray-blue or brown wrinkled back with white-pink belly; dark bulging eyes; white false gill plate; shark-like head with pointed snout with curved teeth; "spermaceti organ" in head that contains oil. ; distinct black-tipped feet, and white-tipped tail. Photo by Diane F. Evartt. Porcupine (Erethizon dorsatum) Mole, Eastern (Scalopus aquaticus) Herbivore; diurnal; bovine; approx. Sprays an odorous secretion as a defense mechanism. Skilled climber. Classified as Endangered. Classified as Endangered. Hunts prey in groups, similar to wolf packs. Insectivore; nocturnal; soricidae; approx. Can leap up to 12 feet horizontally. ; dark back, white belly, with gray-gold pattern along sides. Skilled climber. Whale, Common Minke (Balaenoptera acutorostrata) Whale, Cuvier's Beaked (Ziphius cavirostris) Seal, Gray (Halichoerus grypus) Photo by Sarah A. Hanks. Carnivore; balaenopteridae; up to 50 feet long; weighs up to 70 tons; large callus-covered head and thick black or gray body; lack dorsal fin; thick blubber layer; baleen plates in mouth. Herbivore; nocturnal; rodent; distinct covering of barbed quills. Highly intelligent. Squirrel, Southern Flying (Glaucomys volans) Skilled climber. Prefers deciduous and mixed forests. Hibernates during winter months. Insectivore; nocturnal; chiroptera; 5 to 6 inches long; 15 to 16 inch wingspan. Prefers damp, open habitats. Carnivore; ziphiidae; up to 17 feet long; weighs up to 3,000 pounds; brown or gray back with lighter belly and dark patches around eyes, mouth, and dorsal fin; crease behind blowhole; wide midsection. Semi-aquatic. Highly intelligent. SALISBURY, Md.- A 19-year-old American bison at the Salisbury Zoo was humanely euthanized Thursday. Mouse, Eastern Harvest (Reithrodontomys humulis) Shrew, Least (Cryptotis parva) Insectivore; nocturnal; soricidae; 5 to 6.7 inches long (including tail). Vole, Woodland (Microtus pinetorum) ; white throat and belly and black flippers, back, and dorsal fin; gray stripe and yellow and white markings along sides, pointed dorsal fin, short snout. Lives in small pod. Also known as Eastern Flying Squirrel. Carnivore; kogiidae; up to 9 feet long; weighs 300 to 600 pounds; gray-blue or brown wrinkled back with white-pink belly; dark bulging eyes; white false gill plate; shark-like head with pointed snout with curved teeth; "spermaceti organ" in head that contains oil. Skilled climber. Mouse, House (Mus musculus) American bison tend to graze more, and browse less than their European relatives, because their necks are set differently. ; distinct stripe pattern running from head to tail. Raccoon (Procyon lotor) Classified as Endangered. Herbivore; crepuscular; leporidae; 15.5 to 17 inches long; weighs 1.75 to 2.5 lbs. Feral horse [Assateague horse](left), Assateague Island National Park Seashore, Berlin, Maryland, May 2018. Carnivore; delphinidae; 8 to 9 feet long; weighs 420 to 500 lbs. Burrows, climbs, and swims. Swims and burrows. Capable of short bursts of speed. Also known as Yellow-nosed Vole. Whale, North Atlantic Right (Eubalaena glacialis) Fast swimmer. Carnivore; phocidae; 5 to 6 feet long; 300 to 400 pounds; gray-silver body, black eyes, harp-shaped markings on back. 8 inches long (including tail); distinct yellow-tipped nose. Shrew, Southern Water (Sorex palustris punctulatus) Omnivore; diurnal; talpidae; 6 to 8 inches long; distinct pink tentacles on snout. Carnivore; balaenopteridae; up to 85 feet long; weighs up to 80 tons; sleek, slender black or gray-brown back with white belly; right lower jaw is white while left is black; underside of tail is white with gray outline; "V"-shaped head with gray marks behind it; baleen plates in mouth, pleats along throat. Dolphin, Atlantic White-sided (Lagenorhynchus acutus) Classified as Endangered. Carnivore; balaenopteridae; up to 60 feet long; weighs up to 50 tons; sleek gray-blue or black back with light belly is often scarred; tall, hooked dorsal fin; baleen plates in mouth, pleats along throat. Distinguished from harbor seal by longer face and fewer spots on body. Semi-aquatic. Omnivore; nocturnal; rodent; 6 to 8 inches long (including tail); distinct feet (including ankles) are completely white. Semi-aquatic. F 9.7 inches long (excluding tail); fur is varying shades of gray, with occasional hints of brown. ; antlers found on males. Also known as Sea Cow. Photo by Diane F. Evartt. Mink (Mustela vison) Both male and female bison have a single set of short, sharply pointed, hollow horns that curve outward and up from the sides of the massive head. Fast swimmer. Carnivore; phocidae; 5 to 6 feet long; 300 to 400 pounds; gray-silver body, black eyes, harp-shaped markings on back. Whale, Long-finned Pilot (Globicephala melas) Carnivore; balaenopteridae; up to 60 feet long; weighs up to 40 tons; gray-black stocky back with mottled belly; arches or humps back before dive; flippers are black or white on top, white on bottom with knob-like forms on the front edges; hairy tubercles or nodules on head and lower jaw; long pectoral fins; baleen plates in mouth, pleats along throat. Primarily subterranean. Carnivore; balaenopteridae; up to 110 feet long; weighs up to 165 tons; long, tapered blue-gray back with light belly; ridge from blowhole to upper lip; baleen plates in mouth, grooves or pleats along throat. Lives alone or in small pod. Squirrel, Delmarva Fox (Sciurus niger cinereus) 5.5 inches long (including tail). Maryland State Symbols Feeds by lunging into prey schools. Seal, Harbor (Phoca vitulina) Maryland Departments Prefers damp, open habitats. Dolphin, Short-beaked Common (Delphinus delphis) Hibernates during winter months. Thrives in close proximity to humans. Herbivore; nocturnal; rodent; approx. Hunts prey in groups, similar to wolf packs. Migratory. Also known as Stoat, or Short-tailed Weasel. Photo by Sarah A. Hanks. Whale, Blue (Balaenoptera musculus) Vole, Southern Red-backed (Myodes gapperi) Also known as Common Porpoise and Puffing Pig. Carnivore; balaenopteridae; up to 85 feet long; weighs up to 80 tons; sleek, slender black or gray-brown back with white belly; right lower jaw is white while left is black; underside of tail is white with gray outline; "V"-shaped head with gray marks behind it; baleen plates in mouth, pleats along throat. Can reach speeds up to 40 mph. Smallest mammal (by weight) in North America. Prefers coniferous and mixed forests. Almost indistinct from Sylvilagus obscurus. Classified as Endangered. ; gray back, light belly, round forehead. Whale, Common Minke (Balaenoptera acutorostrata) Mole, Star-nosed (Condylura cristata) Classified as Endangered. Prefers forested, mountainous regions. Carnivore; balaenopteridae; up to 110 feet long; weighs up to 165 tons; long, tapered blue-gray back with light belly; ridge from blowhole to upper lip; baleen plates in mouth, grooves or pleats along throat. Groundhog. Omnivore; crepuscular; mephitidae; 13 to 18 inches long (excluding tail); weighs 6 to 8 lbs. Skilled climber. The House Mouse is an introduced species. Solitary. Photo by Sarah A. Hanks. Carnivore; balaenopteridae; up to 50 feet long; weighs up to 70 tons; large callus-covered head and thick black or gray body; lack dorsal fin; thick blubber layer; baleen plates in mouth. Groundhog. Skilled climber; immune to snake venom. Also known as Many-toothed Blackfish and Electra Dolphin. Nutria (Myocastor coypus) Shrew, Southeastern (Sorex longirostris) Burrows. Herbivore; crepuscular; leporidae; 14.5 to 15.5 inches long; fur turns white in winter, and brown in warmer months; black-tipped ears all year. Herbivore; nocturnal; rodent; 4.3 to 6.7 inches long (including tail); distinct chestnut brown stripe running from head to tail. Herbivore; nocturnal; rodent; 8 to 10 inches long, 7 to 8 inch tail; distinct furred tail. Seal, Gray (Halichoerus grypus) Manatee, West Indian (Trichechus manatus) Can leap up to 12 feet horizontally. Carnivore; both diurnal and nocturnal; canine; 3.5 to 5.5 feet long, 2 to 3 feet tall at shoulder. Also known as Dwarf Weasel, Pygmy Weasel, and Mouse Weasel. Pack hunter; burrowing animal, yet primarily uses existing burrows and dens. 6.5 inches long. Maryland Universities & Colleges Maryland Manual On-Line Carnivore; both diurnal and nocturnal; mustelid; 14 to 48 inches long (including tail); distinct black-tipped tail. Lives in small pod. Photo by Diane F. Evartt. Prefers farmlands and meadows. Migratory. Classified as Endangered. Skunk, Eastern Spotted (Spilogale putorius) Mouse, White-footed (Peromyscus leucopus) Burrows. Omnivore; nocturnal; rodent; 11.5 to 14.2 inches long (including tail); skilled climber; distinct membrane connecting front and rear legs. Can glide great distances; uses tail to steer in midair. Skunk, Eastern Spotted (Spilogale putorius) Emits red ink-like substance if frightened. Also known as Goose-beaked Whale. Also known as Sea Cow. Lives alone or in pods. Photo by Sarah A. Hanks. ; antlers found on males. Burrows. The National Park Service maintains the horses in Maryland. Migratory (April-Oct.). Omnivore; nocturnal; procyonidae; 16 to 28 inches long, 9 to 12 inches tall at shoulders; distinct "bandit mask" coloring around eyes. Otter, Northern River (Lutra canadensis) Insectivore; nocturnal; soricidae; 4.3 to 5.5 inches long (including tail); venomous saliva (painful, but not lethal to humans). Skilled climber. Omnivore; nocturnal; rodent; 8.2 to 9 inches long. GBT also offers farm tours where you will have the opportunity to see a bison up close and learn its history and come back from near extinction. Distinguished from harbor seal by longer face and fewer spots on body. Burrows. Rat, Marsh Rice (Oryzomys palustris) Photos by Diane F. Evartt. Seal, Gray (Halichoerus grypus) Carnivore; diurnal; pinnipedia; 5 to 11 feet long. Omnivore; nocturnal; marsupial; 15 to 20 inches long; distinct white face; prehensile tail. Whale, Sperm (Physeter macrocephalus) Prefers deciduous and mixed forests. Carnivore; diurnal; pinnipedia; 5 to 11 feet long. Solitary. Vole, Woodland (Microtus pinetorum) Herbivore; nocturnal; rodent; approx. Prefers coniferous and mixed forests. Vole, Meadow (Microtus pennsylvanicus) Lives alone or in pods. Buffalo Meat, Bison Meat for Sale, Order Buffalo Grass-Fed Bison Online, Organic Bison Meat, Bison Steaks, Buffalo Burger, Buffalo Meat Recipes American bison Bos bison Feral horse (Assateague pony) Equus caballus. Carnivore; phocidae; 5 to 6 feet long; 300 to 400 pounds; gray-silver body, black eyes, harp-shaped markings on back. Burrows. Semi-aquatic. Largest and heaviest animal in the world. Whale, Killer (Orcinus orca) Skilled climber. Bison, American (Bison bison) Herbivore; diurnal; bovine; approx. Carnivore; ziphiidae; up to 17 feet long; weighs up to 3,000 pounds; brown or gray back with lighter belly and dark patches around eyes, mouth, and dorsal fin; crease behind blowhole; wide midsection. Deer tracks on sand, New Germany State Park, Grantsville, Maryland, October 2015. The National Park Service maintains the horses in Maryland. Vole, Rock (Microtus chrotorrhinus) Maryland Executive Commissions, Committees, Task Forces, & Advisory Boards Mole, Hairy-tailed (Parascalops breweri) Prefers farmlands and meadows. Insectivore; nocturnal; soricidae; approx. Herbivore; nocturnal; rodent; distinct covering of barbed quills. Omnivore; nocturnal; rodent; 8 to 10 inches long (including tail). Omnivore; nocturnal; rodent; 5 to 8.5 inches long (including tail); distinct multicolored tail. Whale, Sei (Balaenoptera borealis) Classified as Endangered. Deer, Sika (Cervus nippon) Lives in small pod. Builds nests in trees. ; characteristic white underside to tail; antlers found on males. Photo by Sarah A. Hanks. Sprays an odorous secretion as a defense mechanism. Also known as Brown Rat, Common Rat, Hanover Rat, Norwegian Rat, and Wharf Rat. Bat, Red (Lasiurus borealis) Burrows, climbs, and swims. Carnivore; delphinidae; 6 to 13 feet long; weighs 300 to 1,400 lbs. Also known as Japanese Deer and Spotted Deer. Also known as Common Rorqual, Finback Whale, and Razorback. Prefers caves, mines, and rocky areas. Omnivore; crepuscular; ursidae; 5 to 6 feet long, 2.5 to 3 feet tall at shoulder (approx. Rabbit, Eastern Cottontail (Sylvilagus floridanus) Hibernates in winter months. Vole, Rock (Microtus chrotorrhinus) Prefers deciduous and mixed forests. 6.5 inches long. Whale, Short-finned Pilot (Globicephala macrorhynchus) Whale, Sperm (Physeter macrocephalus) Migratory. Lives in pod. Photo by Diane F. Evartt. Bison are nomadic grazers and are always found in gender separated packs. Omnivore; nocturnal; rodent; 11.5 to 14.2 inches long (including tail); skilled climber; distinct membrane connecting front and rear legs. Climbs and swims. Insectivore; nocturnal; soricidae; 3 to 3.5 inches (including tail); weighs 2 to 3 grams; can jump 4.5 inches vertically. Granivore; diurnal; rodent; approx. The gray wolf is regionally extinct (no wild occurrences) in Maryland. Prefers deciduous and mixed forests. Semi-aquatic; can “walk” on water. Classified as Endangered. Omnivore; nocturnal; rodent; 5 to 8 inches long (including tail). Federally approved, of course. Primarily nests in ground debris, or rotted logs. Burrows. Prefers farmlands and meadows. Also known as North American Least Shrew, Small Short-tailed Shrew and Bee Shrew. 5.5 inches long (including tail). Also known as Common Porpoise and Puffing Pig. Also known as Common Porpoise and Puffing Pig. Omnivore; nocturnal; largest wild canine in Maryland; 18 to 24 inches tall at shoulder, generally weighs 30 to 40 lbs. Burrows. Fast swimmer. Hibernates during winter months. ; semi-aquatic; lives ten to twenty years. Marten, American (Martes americana) 6 feet tall, 10 feet long; 900 to 2,200 lbs. 4 inches long (including tail). Highly intelligent. Prefers farmlands and meadows. Maryland Departments Also known as Sea Cow. Also known as Common Rorqual, Finback Whale, and Razorback. Granivore; diurnal; rodent; approx. Carnivore; balaenopteridae; up to 35 feet long; weighs up to 10 tons; dark gray-black back with white belly; gray streak between pectoral fins; two gray-white patches around middle; lower jaw extends further than upper; baleen plates in mouth, grooves or pleats along throat; pointed snout, white stripe on flippers. Maryland at a Glance Cougar (Puma concolor) Mouse, Woodland Jumping (Napaeozapus insignis) Also known as Blackfish, Orca, and Sea Wolf. Insectivore; nocturnal; soricidae; approx. Likely, Native Americans were limiting bison abundance and distribution in the East before 1500; whereas bison numbers rebounded during the 1600s when Native American tribes were decimated by European diseases that proceeded Euro-Americans inland. Maryland Counties 16 inches long (including tail). Lives alone or in pods. Maryland State Symbols Named after Antoine Risso. Photo by Sarah A. Hanks. 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