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Uinta ground squirrels are borrowers. In the winter these squirrels hibernate, and in the summer they aestivate (become dormant for the summer), Spermophilus armatus, Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming Uinta ground squirrels are borrowers. In the winter these squirrels hibernate, and in the summer they aestivate (become dormant for the summer), Spermophilus armatus, Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming Douglas squirrel, a common rodent in coniferous forests in western North American, eats a mushroom, Hoh rainforest, Tamiasciurus douglasii, Hoh Rainforest, Olympic National Park, Washington
Uinta ground squirrels are borrowers. In the winter these squirrels hibernate, and in the summer they aestivate (become dormant for the summer).
Image ID: 13067  
Species: Uinta ground squirrel, Spermophilus armatus
Location: Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming, USA
 
Uinta ground squirrels are borrowers. In the winter these squirrels hibernate, and in the summer they aestivate (become dormant for the summer).
Image ID: 13068  
Species: Uinta ground squirrel, Spermophilus armatus
Location: Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming, USA
 
Douglas squirrel, a common rodent in coniferous forests in western North American, eats a mushroom, Hoh rainforest.
Image ID: 13776  
Species: Douglas squirrel, Tamiasciurus douglasii
Location: Hoh Rainforest, Olympic National Park, Washington, USA
 
Douglas squirrel, a common rodent in coniferous forests in western North American, eats a mushroom, Hoh rainforest, Tamiasciurus douglasii, Hoh Rainforest, Olympic National Park, Washington Douglas squirrel, a common rodent in coniferous forests in western North American, eats a mushroom, Hoh rainforest, Tamiasciurus douglasii, Hoh Rainforest, Olympic National Park, Washington North American red squirrel eats seeds in the shade of a Minnesota birch forest.  Red squirrels are found in coniferous, deciduous and mixed forested habitats from Alaska, across Canada, throughout the Northeast and south to the Appalachian states, as well as in the Rocky Mountains, Tamiasciurus hudsonicus, Orr
Douglas squirrel, a common rodent in coniferous forests in western North American, eats a mushroom, Hoh rainforest.
Image ID: 13777  
Species: Douglas squirrel, Tamiasciurus douglasii
Location: Hoh Rainforest, Olympic National Park, Washington, USA
 
Douglas squirrel, a common rodent in coniferous forests in western North American, eats a mushroom, Hoh rainforest.
Image ID: 13778  
Species: Douglas squirrel, Tamiasciurus douglasii
Location: Hoh Rainforest, Olympic National Park, Washington, USA
 
North American red squirrel eats seeds in the shade of a Minnesota birch forest. Red squirrels are found in coniferous, deciduous and mixed forested habitats from Alaska, across Canada, throughout the Northeast and south to the Appalachian states, as well as in the Rocky Mountains.
Image ID: 18905  
Species: North American red squirrel, Tamiasciurus hudsonicus
Location: Orr, Minnesota, USA
 
North American red squirrel eats seeds in the shade of a Minnesota birch forest.  Red squirrels are found in coniferous, deciduous and mixed forested habitats from Alaska, across Canada, throughout the Northeast and south to the Appalachian states, as well as in the Rocky Mountains, Tamiasciurus hudsonicus, Orr North American red squirrel eats seeds in the shade of a Minnesota birch forest.  Red squirrels are found in coniferous, deciduous and mixed forested habitats from Alaska, across Canada, throughout the Northeast and south to the Appalachian states, as well as in the Rocky Mountains, Tamiasciurus hudsonicus, Orr North American red squirrel eats seeds in the shade of a Minnesota birch forest.  Red squirrels are found in coniferous, deciduous and mixed forested habitats from Alaska, across Canada, throughout the Northeast and south to the Appalachian states, as well as in the Rocky Mountains, Tamiasciurus hudsonicus, Orr
North American red squirrel eats seeds in the shade of a Minnesota birch forest. Red squirrels are found in coniferous, deciduous and mixed forested habitats from Alaska, across Canada, throughout the Northeast and south to the Appalachian states, as well as in the Rocky Mountains.
Image ID: 18906  
Species: North American red squirrel, Tamiasciurus hudsonicus
Location: Orr, Minnesota, USA
 
North American red squirrel eats seeds in the shade of a Minnesota birch forest. Red squirrels are found in coniferous, deciduous and mixed forested habitats from Alaska, across Canada, throughout the Northeast and south to the Appalachian states, as well as in the Rocky Mountains.
Image ID: 18907  
Species: North American red squirrel, Tamiasciurus hudsonicus
Location: Orr, Minnesota, USA
 
North American red squirrel eats seeds in the shade of a Minnesota birch forest. Red squirrels are found in coniferous, deciduous and mixed forested habitats from Alaska, across Canada, throughout the Northeast and south to the Appalachian states, as well as in the Rocky Mountains.
Image ID: 18908  
Species: North American red squirrel, Tamiasciurus hudsonicus
Location: Orr, Minnesota, USA
 
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.
Image ID: 18964  
Species: Eastern fox squirrel, Sciurus niger
Location: Los Angeles, California, USA
 
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.
Image ID: 18965  
Species: Eastern fox squirrel, Sciurus niger
Location: Los Angeles, California, USA
 
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.
Image ID: 18966  
Species: Eastern fox squirrel, Sciurus niger
Location: Los Angeles, California, USA
 
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.
Image ID: 18967  
Species: Eastern fox squirrel, Sciurus niger
Location: Los Angeles, California, USA
 
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.
Image ID: 18968  
Species: Eastern fox squirrel, Sciurus niger
Location: Los Angeles, California, USA
 
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.
Image ID: 18969  
Species: Eastern fox squirrel, Sciurus niger
Location: Los Angeles, California, USA
 
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 Squirrel, Yosemite Valley, Yosemite National Park, 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.
Image ID: 18970  
Species: Eastern fox squirrel, Sciurus niger
Location: Los Angeles, California, USA
 
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.
Image ID: 18971  
Species: Eastern fox squirrel, Sciurus niger
Location: Los Angeles, California, USA
 
Squirrel, Yosemite Valley.
Image ID: 12663  
Location: Yosemite National Park, California, USA
 
Unidentified squirrel, Panorama Point, Paradise Park, Spermophilus saturatus, Mount Rainier National Park, Washington Unidentified squirrel, Panorama Point, Paradise Park, Spermophilus saturatus, Mount Rainier National Park, Washington Unidentified squirrel, Panorama Point, Paradise Park, Spermophilus saturatus, Mount Rainier National Park, Washington
Unidentified squirrel, Panorama Point, Paradise Park.
Image ID: 13918  
Species: Spermophilus saturatus
Location: Mount Rainier National Park, Washington, USA
 
Unidentified squirrel, Panorama Point, Paradise Park.
Image ID: 13919  
Species: Spermophilus saturatus
Location: Mount Rainier National Park, Washington, USA
 
Unidentified squirrel, Panorama Point, Paradise Park.
Image ID: 13921  
Species: Spermophilus saturatus
Location: Mount Rainier National Park, Washington, USA
 
Unidentified squirrel, Panorama Point, Paradise Park, Spermophilus saturatus, Mount Rainier National Park, Washington Unidentified squirrel, Panorama Point, Paradise Park, Spermophilus saturatus, Mount Rainier National Park, Washington Unidentified squirrel, Panorama Point, Paradise Park, Spermophilus saturatus, Mount Rainier National Park, Washington
Unidentified squirrel, Panorama Point, Paradise Park.
Image ID: 13922  
Species: Spermophilus saturatus
Location: Mount Rainier National Park, Washington, USA
 
Unidentified squirrel, Panorama Point, Paradise Park.
Image ID: 13923  
Species: Spermophilus saturatus
Location: Mount Rainier National Park, Washington, USA
 
Unidentified squirrel, Panorama Point, Paradise Park.
Image ID: 13924  
Species: Spermophilus saturatus
Location: Mount Rainier National Park, Washington, USA
 
Squirrelfish, Sargocentron, Roatan Squirrelfish, Sargocentron, Roatan Squirrelfish, Sargocentron, Roatan
Squirrelfish.
Image ID: 05220  
Species: Squirrelfish, Sargocentron
Location: Roatan, Honduras
 
Squirrelfish.
Image ID: 05221  
Species: Squirrelfish, Sargocentron
Location: Roatan, Honduras
 
Squirrelfish.
Image ID: 07087  
Species: Squirrelfish, Sargocentron
Location: Roatan, Honduras
 
A burrowing owl peeks out of a drainage pipe.  This 10-inch-tall burrowing owl is standing besides its burrow. These burrows are usually created by squirrels, prairie dogs, or other rodents and even turtles, and only rarely dug by the owl itself, Athene cunicularia, Athene cunicularia hypugaea, Salton Sea, Imperial County, California Burrowing owl (Western North American race hypugaea). This 10-inch-tall burrowing owl is standing besides its burrow. These burrows are usually created by squirrels, prairie dogs, or other rodents and even turtles, and only rarely dug by the owl itself, Athene cunicularia, Athene cunicularia hypugaea, Salton Sea, Imperial County, California Burrowing owl (Western North American race hypugaea). This 10-inch-tall burrowing owl is standing besides its burrow. These burrows are usually created by squirrels, prairie dogs, or other rodents and even turtles, and only rarely dug by the owl itself, Athene cunicularia, Athene cunicularia hypugaea, Salton Sea, Imperial County, California
A burrowing owl peeks out of a drainage pipe. This 10-inch-tall burrowing owl is standing besides its burrow. These burrows are usually created by squirrels, prairie dogs, or other rodents and even turtles, and only rarely dug by the owl itself.
Image ID: 22479  
Species: Burrowing owl, Athene cunicularia, Athene cunicularia hypugaea
Location: Salton Sea, Imperial County, California, USA
 
Burrowing owl (Western North American race hypugaea). This 10-inch-tall burrowing owl is standing besides its burrow. These burrows are usually created by squirrels, prairie dogs, or other rodents and even turtles, and only rarely dug by the owl itself.
Image ID: 22480  
Species: Burrowing owl, Athene cunicularia, Athene cunicularia hypugaea
Location: Salton Sea, Imperial County, California, USA
 
Burrowing owl (Western North American race hypugaea). This 10-inch-tall burrowing owl is standing besides its burrow. These burrows are usually created by squirrels, prairie dogs, or other rodents and even turtles, and only rarely dug by the owl itself.
Image ID: 22481  
Species: Burrowing owl, Athene cunicularia, Athene cunicularia hypugaea
Location: Salton Sea, Imperial County, California, USA
 


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Spermophilus saturatus
Spermophilus tereticaudus
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Tamiasciurus douglasii
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