All About Pikas

Please don't be embarrassed if you don't know what pikas are. Most people don't know them. That is because pikas generally live in remote places reachable by hiking or horseback. On top of that, pikas are shy. You will find out about the pikas in the pages below and in tunnels to other pika sites. Welcome to the happy group of people around the world who know about pikas.


What are pikas?


Where do pikas live?

What do pikas do?

Relatives and neighbors of pikas

How to look for a pika


Pika Photo Gallery

Pikas around the world

Which pikas live where?

Who studies and protects pikas?

Pika tunnels


"I'm a pika!"


Three places to hear or see pikas this summer:

Trail Ridge Road in Rocky Mtn. National Park, CO
Loveland Pass, in rocks above parking area, CO
Cascade Canyon Trail on west side of Jenny Lake,
Grand Teton National Park, WY

For other places we've found them, see MAP

For more facts about the pikas and the places where they live, click on the pika cards in All the Designs. The back of each card describes what a pika is, something about the pika or other animal in the design and a pertinent fact or two.

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