American Pika @ Mount Evans

$ 4.75

American Pika (Ochotona princeps) sounding the alarm near Summit Lake, Mount Evans, CO. Actually two different "Roaring" Pika shown on both the front and reverse of the card. One Pika is featured twice on both the reverse and in black and white on the inside of the card. Message: None/Blank. Cellophane wrapped round edged pearl shimmer finish 5x7 card & envelope (an August 2021 update to our original bestselling "Roaring" Pika greetings card).

With its moniker purportedly derived from the Russian word “Pikat,” - meaning “to squeak” - this diminutive large-eared descendant of the rabbit family lives in high altitude talus fields in the mountains of the western United States.

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