Speaking of Nature

Red squirrels smaller than grays but more aggressive

Sunday, March 3, 2013
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Speaking of Nature


The red squirrel, also known as the “chickaree” or “pine squirrel,” is the smallest tree squirrel in the Capital Region. It is noticeably smaller than its cousin the gray squirrel, but red squirrels make up for this diminutive stature with gargantuan attitudes....

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