wildlife

Mice and Voles
Mice and voles mainly eat vegetation nuts, seeds, fruits, leaves and grasses.
Bats
hoary bat (length, 5.1-5.9 inches; wingspread, 14.6-16.4 inches; weight, 0.88-1.58 ounces) to the pygmy bat, or pipistrelle (length, 2.9-3.5 inches; wingspread, 8.1-10.1 inches; weight, 0.14-0.25 ounces). Nine species of bats occur in Pennsylvania; two others are rare visitors from the South.
Barn owls

Barn owls stand about 10-15 inches tall and have a wingspan of 41-47 inches. They have a nearly pure-white to dusky breast with small spots,small dark eyes, and have a hissing or scream-like vocalization.

Bluebirds

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 7" (17 cm). Bright blue above and on wings and tail; rusty throat and breast; white belly and undertail coverts. Female similar, but duller.

Swans
Swans are grouped with the closely related geese in the subfamily Anserinae where they form the tribe Cygnini.
Peregrine Falcon
It is a large falcon, about the size of a large crow, with the female being larger than the male,and with a blue-gray back, barred white underside, and a black head and "mustache". About seventeen subspecies are recognized, which vary in appearance and range.
Fishers
 The fisher is agile in trees and has a slender body that allows it to pursue prey into hollow trees or burrows in the ground