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While gray squirrels spend much of their lives in trees — and depend on canopy connectivity — fox squirrels will forage far and wide.
Western gray squirrels are still occasionally found in the Verdugo Mountains north of Burbank.
Erik Stokstad at Sciencereports that the Eastern gray squirrel, Sciurus carolinensis, native to North America, was introduced to the British Isles about 140 years ago.
The explosion of invasive North American gray squirrels along with an outbreak of parapoxvirus has pushed the red squirrel to the brink of extinction in Great Britain.
Seeing elephants and giraffes lumber across a dry African landscape — even on TV — was a stark contrast to my suburban wildlife encounters that entailed red robins and gray squirrels hopping across manicured green lawns.
Eastern gray squirrels of North America will hold a nut in their teeth and pretend to bury it in a variety of places before actually doing so, a tactic to keep other squirrel thieves guessing, according to the National Wildlife Federation.
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