i would say yes it is groundhogs and woodchucks are the same thing they are also known as the whistle pig or land beaver.
Yes! They are the same animal.
Groundhogs, or woodchucks, are very similar and are related species to gophers, but not the same animal. So, yes, groundhogs are like gophers.
No. Groundhogs, also called woodchucks, are rodents.
Woodchucks, or groundhogs, are primarily diurnal.
No. Woodchucks or groundhogs are members of the squirrel family, and are herbivores.
Gophers and Woodchucks
No. Badgers are a large member of the weasel family. Groundhogs, or woodchucks, are rodents.
Groundhogs, woodchucks, chucks, whistle pigs, groondsow(german)
There are animals in Massachusetts called Woodchucks that are called Groundhogs in other parts of the country.
There are no specific Male and Female names for Groundhogs. Seeing as Woodchucks and Groundhogs are the same, the Woodchuck names could be used being He-Chuck for a male, and She-Chuck for a Female.
Yes, they are also known as Groundhogs and are rodents.
The red tail does sometimes prey on young groundhogs.
No. Groundhogs / Woodchucks do not chuck wood.The tongue twister reads: "How much wood could a woodchuck chuck if a woodchuck could chuck wood?" It has nothing to do with woodchucks.
To get rid of woodchucks (also known as groundhogs): Fencing - chicken wire or wire meshing, live traps, groundhog repellent, fumigation, shooting.
Woodchucks, or groundhogs as they are sometimes known. latin name marmota monax, are not equipped with the bone structure and musculature required in order to throw things.
Woodchucks (aka Groundhogs) do not make dams. Beavers do.
Groundhogs, also known as 'wood chucks', live in northern and western parts of North Carolina.
Yes, woodchucks really do exist. You may have heard of them as groundhogs or whistle pigs. They are the largest member of the squirrel family.
No. Prairie dogs are totally different species than groundhogs. Groundhogs and woodchucks, however, are the same species with a different name. Groundhogs are a lot larger and have a more patterned brown and black coat. Prairie dogs have sandy yellow coats and, depending on if their black tailed prairie dogs or white tailed prairie dogs, have a black or white tipped tail. Prarie dogs also live in warmer environments and usually live in large groups where as groundhogs are mostly loners.
They don't ingest wood, but can chew on it to "file" the teeth they have that continuously grow. Groundhogs are also called woodchucks but that name has nothing to do with their diet. None of the three animals eats wood.
Yes they are
Skunks, woodchucks, and racoons. Also bullfrogs, garter snakes, potato bugs, groundhogs, and reedbirds.. Hope I helped.