Western gray squirrel : Sciurus griseus Public Deposited

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  • Have you ever watched a squirrel? Watching squirrels is fun. They look like a circus act as they jump from tree to tree. They run along tree branches, leaping from branch to branch—it is unbelievable that they can move so fast and not fall! Sometimes you can hear them barking even when you cannot see them. You may find chewed nutshells and pinecones scattered beneath large trees. Up in the trees, you may see squirrelsʼ large, leafy nests.
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