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Southern Flying Squirrels in Kansas
Flying Squirrels in Kansas SOUTHERN FLYING SQUIRREL Photo by Bob Gress Southern Flying Squirrel Glaucomys volans Measurements: Total Length: 8-9 inches Tail Length: 3-5 inches Weight: 1.6-3 ounces Comments: Southern flying squirrels ... found in oak-hickory forests in the eastern quarter of Kansas. Food: Southern flying squirrels forage at night on nuts, seeds, leaf and flower buds, berries, insects, ...
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Science and the Environment Bulletin: Species at Risk Collection
Mark Twain than Farley Mowat... Other ...
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A Plea For The Ancient Forest! (flying squirrel)
Fall Creek flying squirrels certainly will die. We, their human relations, can help ... for the flying squirrels. If we leave their treetop homes, their homes are coming down. Our departure would leave the squirrels at ... around. The flying squirrels have nowhere to fly, and so they die. How could we possibly leave these trees, knowing the flying squirrels and ...
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American Marten - WDNR
Mice and other small rodents are martens' primary prey, but they also eat squirrels, hares, shrews, birds, bird eggs, amphibians, reptiles, insects, fish, crayfish, nuts, fruits and ... areas. Food Habits: Primarily small mammals including red-backed voles, deer mice, red squirrels, flying squirrels, chipmunks, and snowshoe hares. They also eat small birds, bird eggs, herptiles, insects, fish ...
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Greentimes - Guest Articles
Can Rodents Fly? By Danielle Southern flying squirrels, found in forests from eastern North America to southern Ontario, Canada, are remarkable creatures. When southern flying squirrels are born, they are hairless, ... prepare for winter, the squirrels gather nuts to store. Southern flying squirrels don't hibernate, but may stay in the nest for several days at a time. Squirrels have two breeding ...
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Project Wildlife: Living with Squirrels
Squirrels Living With Squirrels Squirrels Members of the squirrel family (Sciuridae) include tree squirrels, flying squirrels, ground squirrels, chipmunks, prairie dogs, and woodchucks (marmots). In San Diego County, ground squirrels ...
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Feed Birds Not Squirrels with your bird feeder
Rodents, such as flying squirrels, gray squirrels (Sciurus carolinensis), fox squirrels (Sciurus niger), western gray (Sciurus griseus), and tassel-eared (Sciurus aberti) red squirrels (Tamiasciurus hudsonicus), mice, chipmunks, ... squirrels (generally speaking) don't eat thistle seed. (We have gotten e-mails from people who claimed that squirrels were eating thistle seed. I wonder if squirrels ...
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Flying Squirrel - All About The Flying Squirrel
This practice is probably used to maintain body temperature in the winter, because flying squirrels ... activity to a certain period at night. When gliding flying squirrels extend the front front, and back legs to open ... area. Squirrels breed once per year normally in May or June. Find out more about the Flying Squirrel over ...
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ON NATURE Magazine
Leaping from tree to tree is one escape technique for tree squirrels, an ability most evident in flying squirrels. Relative to their body size flying squirrels have the longest legs of all our squirrels, allowing them to stretch ...
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Squirrels
Squirrels Squirrels Gray Squirrel (Sciurus carolinensis) Northern Flying Squirrel (Glaucomys sabrinus) Red Squirrel (Tamiasciurus hudsonicus) Southern Flying Squirrel (Glaucomys volans)
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