Eastern Fox Squirrel Photos, Sciurus niger


Photos of Sciurus niger, Eastern fox squirrel
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Eastern fox squirrel.  The eastern fox squirrel historically occur in the  eastern and central portions of North America, but have been introduced in the 1900's to urban areas in the western United States.  They are the largest of the North American squirrels, reaching 29 inches in length and up to 3 pounds.  They are generalist feeders with a diet that varies according to their habitat, including nuts, seed, bird eggs and chicks, frogs, flowers and agricultural crops, Sciurus niger, Los Angeles, California Eastern fox squirrel.  The eastern fox squirrel historically occur in the  eastern and central portions of North America, but have been introduced in the 1900's to urban areas in the western United States.  They are the largest of the North American squirrels, reaching 29 inches in length and up to 3 pounds.  They are generalist feeders with a diet that varies according to their habitat, including nuts, seed, bird eggs and chicks, frogs, flowers and agricultural crops, Sciurus niger, Los Angeles, California Eastern fox squirrel.  The eastern fox squirrel historically occur in the  eastern and central portions of North America, but have been introduced in the 1900's to urban areas in the western United States.  They are the largest of the North American squirrels, reaching 29 inches in length and up to 3 pounds.  They are generalist feeders with a diet that varies according to their habitat, including nuts, seed, bird eggs and chicks, frogs, flowers and agricultural crops, Sciurus niger, Los Angeles, California Eastern fox squirrel.  The eastern fox squirrel historically occur in the  eastern and central portions of North America, but have been introduced in the 1900's to urban areas in the western United States.  They are the largest of the North American squirrels, reaching 29 inches in length and up to 3 pounds.  They are generalist feeders with a diet that varies according to their habitat, including nuts, seed, bird eggs and chicks, frogs, flowers and agricultural crops, Sciurus niger, Los Angeles, California Eastern fox squirrel.  The eastern fox squirrel historically occur in the  eastern and central portions of North America, but have been introduced in the 1900's to urban areas in the western United States.  They are the largest of the North American squirrels, reaching 29 inches in length and up to 3 pounds.  They are generalist feeders with a diet that varies according to their habitat, including nuts, seed, bird eggs and chicks, frogs, flowers and agricultural crops, Sciurus niger, Los Angeles, California Eastern fox squirrel.  The eastern fox squirrel historically occur in the  eastern and central portions of North America, but have been introduced in the 1900's to urban areas in the western United States.  They are the largest of the North American squirrels, reaching 29 inches in length and up to 3 pounds.  They are generalist feeders with a diet that varies according to their habitat, including nuts, seed, bird eggs and chicks, frogs, flowers and agricultural crops, Sciurus niger, Los Angeles, California Eastern fox squirrel.  The eastern fox squirrel historically occur in the  eastern and central portions of North America, but have been introduced in the 1900's to urban areas in the western United States.  They are the largest of the North American squirrels, reaching 29 inches in length and up to 3 pounds.  They are generalist feeders with a diet that varies according to their habitat, including nuts, seed, bird eggs and chicks, frogs, flowers and agricultural crops, Sciurus niger, Los Angeles, California Eastern fox squirrel.  The eastern fox squirrel historically occur in the  eastern and central portions of North America, but have been introduced in the 1900's to urban areas in the western United States.  They are the largest of the North American squirrels, reaching 29 inches in length and up to 3 pounds.  They are generalist feeders with a diet that varies according to their habitat, including nuts, seed, bird eggs and chicks, frogs, flowers and agricultural crops, Sciurus niger, Los Angeles, California

Updated: December 7, 2021

Species permalink: Sciurus niger
Common name permalink: Eastern fox squirrel
Keyword permalink: NIGER