American pikas are small, rabbit-like animals that live in rocky slopes at or above the treeline in the Cascade Mountains and the northeast part of Washington. While hikers might hear a pika’s high-pitched whistle, seeing one is less common.
American pikas are small, rabbit-like animals that live in rocky slopes at or above the treeline in the Cascade Mountains and the northeast part of Washington. While hikers might hear a pika’s high-pitched whistle, seeing one is less common. AP, U.S. Geological Survey Courtesy to The Bellingham Herald
American pikas are small, rabbit-like animals that live in rocky slopes at or above the treeline in the Cascade Mountains and the northeast part of Washington. While hikers might hear a pika’s high-pitched whistle, seeing one is less common. AP, U.S. Geological Survey Courtesy to The Bellingham Herald

Meet the American pika, the Cascades’ rabbit-like whistler

May 17, 2016 03:02 AM