The yellow-pine chipmunk (Neotamias amoenus), is yellow listed (not at risk) in British Columbia. Widespread at low- and mid-elevations in the Columbia Basin, the chipmunk, which weighs-in at about 75 grams, has a home range of just a few acres.
Breeds in early spring, has a litter with an average of 5 young, born from mid-May to early June.
Listing and Date
Threats to Species
No threats acknowledged
For more information on this species, visit The BC Species and Ecosystem Explorer and enter "yellow-pine chipmunk" in the species Name field.