Badger Range in the United States

Badger Range 

The badger is widely distributed in the contiguous United States. Its range extends southward from the Great Lakes states to the Ohio Valley and westward through the Great Plains to the Pacific Coast, though not west of the Cascade mountain range in the Northwest (Fig. 2). Badgers are found at elevations of up to 12,000 feet (3,600 m).

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  1. Barbara Kostyak

    I am positive that I saw a badger in Pennsylvania near Glendale around the lake called Prince Gallitzen. Has anyone else seen any in that area?

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