Many a foolish bewildered vole he caught, but never a harvest mouse.
Thus was one unique distinction stolen from the harvest mouse.
A solemn grasshopper would occasionally straddle across my palm, and with patience I made quite an old friend of a harvest mouse.
The harvest mouse sat on the top of a cornstalk and nibbled his supper.
A case containing living specimens of the smallest British Mammal, the harvest mouse.
In that sheaf was the harvest mouse, bruised but alive, a prisoner in the dark.
The harvest mouse cleans his tail as a matter of regular toilet routine, and he does his toilet fifteen times a day.
It was with the first budding and ripening of the young corn that the harvest mouse tasted the true joy of living.
Geographic variation in the harvest mouse, Reithrodontomys megalotis, onthe central Great Plains and in adjacent regions.
I once found the nest of a harvest mouse, which was woven of plaited blades of straw of the oats and wheat.