eastern fox squirrel

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Noun1.eastern fox squirrel - exceptionally large arboreal squirrel of eastern United Stateseastern fox squirrel - exceptionally large arboreal squirrel of eastern United States
tree squirrel - any typical arboreal squirrel
genus Sciurus, Sciurus - type genus of the Sciuridae; typical moderate-sized arboreal squirrels
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The Eastern Fox Squirrel has been introduced to Los Angeles and other areas within California.
The larger eastern fox squirrel has two subspecies; the Bachman, or "Hill Country," fox squirrel is found in open, upland areas while the Delta fox squirrel is primarily limited to the Delta region and is most abundant in mature forests.
Eastern gray squirrel (Sciurus carolinensis), raccoon (Procyon lotor), and white-tailed deer (Odocoileus virginianus) were among the most common mammals occurring at the site; eastern fox squirrel (S.
Overall, we found the eastern gray squirrel, raccoon, and white-tailed deer to be among the most common species at the site; eastern fox squirrel, North American river otter, and American mink were among the least common.
On Wednesday morning, an Eastern fox squirrel skittered away from my front porch as I left for work.
Westward expansion of the eastern fox squirrel (Sciurus niger) in northeastern New Mexico and southeastern Colorado.
We provide geographic range for the eastern fox squirrel (Sciurus niger) and the eastern gray squirrel (Sciurus carolinensis) in California with location points at this time of approximately 4700 for S.
The eastern fox squirrel (Sciurus niger) is one of 22 non-native species of mammals now successfully breeding in the wild in California (California Department of Fish and Game, http://www.
In California, exotic species such as the eastern fox squirrel may be well suited to take advantage of disturbed conditions and consequently invade areas that previously were inhabited by the western gray squirrel prior to development (Byrne, 1979; Korschgen, 1981; Shepherd and Swihart, 1995; Steele and Koprowski, 2001; Salmon et al.
The eastern fox squirrel (Sciurus niger) was first introduced to Los Angeles in 1904.
Another uncle of mine who has hunted both gray and eastern fox squirrels since the 1980s even prefers #71/ 2 shot for-his hunts.
2009): Abert's squirrels (Sciurus aberti; Farentinos, 1980), eastern fox squirrels (S.

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