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Dive into the World of Woodchucks

Woodchucks: Nature's Burrowing Whistle Pigs

Discover the intriguing life of woodchucks.

What are Woodchucks?

Woodchucks, also known as groundhogs, are renowned burrowers with a keen sense of their surroundings.

So Many Names!

If you really want to hike and adventure to see the real sights of the Big Island, you will want to be prepared.

Distinctive Looks

With a stout body and short limbs, woodchucks have unique facial markings and sharp claws

Where They Live & What They Eat

Woodchucks prefer woodland edges and have a diverse diet, from vegetation to small insects.

A Day in the Life

Solitary by nature, woodchucks are known for their burrowing habits and alertness to danger

Reproduction & Lifespan

Woodchucks give birth to 4-6 cubs and can live up to several years in the wild.

Nature's Whistlers

Woodchucks are not just burrowers; they play a significant role in the ecosystem.