Mammals are warm-blooded (endothermic) vertebrates with hair.  They breathe air and give birth to live young, which feed on milk produced by their mothers.  Some mammals in the vernal pool prairie spend most of their time underground.  The burrows they dig create homes for many other animals.


The Coyote is gray with reddish-gray legs, feet and ears and a whitish belly.  Its tail is bushier and nose more pointed than most

California Vole

The California Vole is covered with grayish-brown fur.  Its ears and legs are short and it has pale feet.  It has a cylindrical shape