Fox Squirrel

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  1. FLQuacker

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    Lots of em around the pine plantations a few miles away...this one should up last fall and chose to hang around. When I first saw him, the other greys gave him plenty of room. Now I see they tolerate him/her. Probably 3 times as big as its cousins. They're protected here in FL Fox Sq1.jpg
     
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    We don’t see them very often in oak trees. I remember when we could take two a day during squirrel season. We have definitely started seeing them more often.
     
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    They are all over the place here. What we don't see anymore are mountain boomers.
     
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    Saw my first “fairydiddle” of the spring yesterday!
    You live in fairydiddle territory!
    Most of the yankees, southerners, Michiganders, and other rifraff on this site wouldn’t know one if they saw it, but you might!
     
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    Really! I haven't seen one in a while. Don't know what happened to them in this area.
     
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    They are pretty much confined to southestern WV and western Virginia.
     
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    Hey all you other rifraff I think these backwood folks are talking about these cute lil squirrels
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    OHHHHHHH, so that is a "fairydiddle"..... not where my mind went..... so thanks for setting the record straight. :lol2:
     
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