|Southern Red-backed Vole|
|Cat Name :||Vole|
|Common Name :||Southern Red-backed Vole|
|Scientific Name :||Clethrionomys gapperi|
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|Physical Description :||
Southern red-backed voles are small tan-furred rodents with round bodies, white undersides and reddish to gray-brown backs.
|Physical Statistics :||
Length: 4.6 – 6.8 Inches (116 – 172 Millimeters)
Southern red-backed voles are more active at dusk, night, and dawn, but in winter they are often active during the day; they eat chiefly nuts, seeds, and berries.
|Social Organization :||
|Approval Level :||None; Southern red-backed voles are fairly common and their presence signifies nothing about the environmental situation.|
|Kill Difficulty :||Low;
Southern red-backed voles are small and lack defenses that would harm cats.
|Training Level :||Advanced;
Southern red-backed voles are agile climbers and strong jumpers, and tend to be nocturnal.
|Hunting Tactic :||Land Rodents|
|Food Quality :||Medium; Due to their rich diet, southern red-backed voles provide nutrition, but they are fairly small.|