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Not all furbearer species are harvested in every state and province. However, all of the furbearing species that are legally trapped in the Northeast are common and abundant in the area where they live. None are threatened or endangered.

Choose an animal from the bar (at left) or listing below to find out more about the animal, including: scientific name and abundance range map .

Beaver Fisher Mink Raccoon Skunk
Bobcat Gray Fox Muskrat Red Fox
Coyote Marten Nutria River Otter
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