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grey squirrel

a grey-furred squirrel, Sciurus carolinensis, native to E North America but now widely established
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For example, improving habitat by adding particular plants or trees preferred by the gray squirrel can aid in the recovery of its population (Linders and Stinson 2006).
Fungi were documented as a food item for the gray squirrel October through January.
Fox squirrels consumed 11 food items not consumed by the gray squirrel (Table 1).
Fibramatosis was observed in hundreds of gray squirrels (Sciurus carolinensis) in seven counties on the east coast of peninsular Florida in an epizootic lasting from Fall 1998 to early Summer 1999 (Terrell et al.
Naturally occurring fibromas of gray squirrels related to Shopes rabbit fibroma.
The eastern gray squirrel is typically found in the Northeast, although it has progressively spread throughout the western states.
Their mating habits are similar to those of the gray squirrel.
reference plots, n = 100 cases (total number of habitat plots), p = 8 habitat variables and g = 2 groups; for gray squirrel vs.
Gray squirrel abundances did not differ significantly (F 3.
During the same period as her volunteer work, Ackerman was also in the midst of a lengthy research project on gray squirrels for National Geographic (published in its November 1995 issue).
Our study examined variables that might influence the use of nest boxes by southern flying squirrels and associated gray squirrels (Sciurus carolinensis).
Nests of gray squirrels were primarily composed of leaves.