I've seen most, but not all on these lists. I keep an Arizona list. Yes, I've seen moose, in the Tetons. I've also seen wild monkeys and capybaras in Costa Rica. But those don't go on the same list. Back to Arizona: I haven't seen an elegant trogan. Plenty of raccoons and beavers, since I live on the riverbank all winter.
A friend saw resident otters in the Colorado River near Bullhead recently, but I haven't seen them yet. I hadn't known they were there. I'll have to go kayaking down that section of river again.
I've seen two dead badgers, but no live ones. Wolves, bears, mountain lions, foxes and bobcats, yes. Jaguars, no. Plenty of coatimundis, ringtails, javelinas and bighorns. A few gila monsters. Only one golden eagle. Lots of condors at Grand Canyon and at Navajo Bridge. But I'm told there are tagged condors in the mountains east of Bullhead--I want to see those. Plus all the usual. I don't keep a list of reptiles, although I well remember the cute desert tortoise I saw in the Galiuros one time.
As for bison, they are taking over up on the North Rim in the Park, busily trampling water sources and archaeological sites, so head that way if you want to see them. Or, to be more accurate, beefalo. It's like a zoo over there.
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