[Tweeters] Re: [inland-NW-birders]Sciurus squirrels in Spokane and
the Yakima Valley
gsherida8502 at yahoo.com
Sun Nov 7 15:15:49 PST 2004
Eastern Gray Squirrels are quite common in Spokane and
probably occur within a five radius of the city
limits. Although I haven't seen them beyond this
range, it is possible that they may occur in isolated
pockets outside of this radius.
As far as I know, there are no Eastern Fox Squirrels
in the Spokane area. Our native Red Squirrel is doing
quite nicely in the forested areas beyond the radius
--- Kelly Cassidy <lostriver at completebbs.com> wrote:
> To Spokane and Yakima Valley tweets/inland birders:
> One of the Spokane Inland Birders informs me that
> Eastern Gray Squirrels are still present in the
> Spokane area and that they occur in her developed
> area 20 miles north of Spokane.
> Are Eastern Grays the only Sciurus squirrel in the
> Spokane area? How numerous are they? Has anyone in
> the area seen them outside developed areas? Anyone
> up there seen any Eastern Fox Squirrels?
> How about the Yakima Valley? We have a record of an
> Eastern Gray from Prosser, but no other place in the
> Yakima Valley. Have they persisted there? Spread?
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