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Getting outdoors in pursuit of squirrels, rabbits and other small game is the focus of Take a Kid Hunting Weekend this Saturday, Sept. 22, and Sunday, Sept. 23, according to the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources.During the weekend, adult Minnesota residents accompanied by a youth... [Read More]
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China and Sweden get into a feud over a hostel reception, and Burt Bacharach reappears. [Read More]
Grand Forks Herald Getting outdoors to hunt squirrels, rabbits and other small game is the focus of Minnesota's Take a Kid Hunting Weekend this Saturday, Sept. 22, and Sunday, Sept. 23. During the... [Read More]
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Getting outdoors to hunt squirrels, rabbits and other small game is the focus of Minnesota's Take a Kid Hunting Weekend this Saturday, Sept. 22, and Sunday, Sept. 23.During the weekend, adult Minnesota residents accompanied by a youth younger than age 16 can hunt small game without a license but must... [Read More]
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In case you're living in a bubble, the squirrel apocalypse of 2018 is upon us. And it's bad.In a nutshell (I couldn't resist) last year was a banner year for nuts, meaning more food for squirrels, more squirrels were born and more stayed alive. This year that growing army of squirrels is competing for the nuts. This apparently accounts for their kamikaze-like behavior, i.e., running in front of cars, and generally acting a bit unhinged.“I believe we have a suicidal... [Read More]
"Toaff's Way" was written by Newbery Medalist Cynthia Voigt. The book's black-and-white illustrations were created by Sydney Hanson. This 2018 novel for young readers is published by Alfred A. Knopf. There's one thing about this novel — the author knows a thing or two about squirrels and other animals, too. Toaff is a small gray…... [Read More]
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Their mom was so worried 😱... [Read More]
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Veterinarian and past Animal Planet star Dr. Kevin Fitzgerald explains the transfer of diseases from animals to humans and the maladies that are most common among the wildlife that regularly ventures into Denver and other urban areas in Colorado — "mice and rats, pigeons, raccoons and squirrels, coyotes, bats,... [Read More]
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Quick thinking and a great wildlife rehabilitation team, helped get these gray squirrels back on their own two feet after their tails became intertwined. [Read More]
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Test your knowledge with amazing and interesting facts, trivia, quizzes, and brain teaser games on MentalFloss.com. [Read More]
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What's with the high number of squirrels in Southern New Hampshire? Why so much roadkill?Subscribe to the channel on Stitcher, iTunes, Google Music or Podbean. [Read More]
Our fascination with squirrels is, well, getting kind of nuts. [Read More]
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Many Granite Staters have noticed that there have been a lot of squirrels around this summer. [Read More]
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I was reading in The Mercury about the problems they have in Texas with the squirrels taking bites out of everything and I have what I think is a solution. [Read More]
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The Wisconsin Humane Society director compared the five squirrels' tangled mess to a Gordian knot. [Read More]
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The Wisconsin Humane Society director compared the five squirrels' tangled mess to a Gordian knot. [Read More]
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Larimer County Animal Protection and Control officers and humane society staff were able to untangle and set the little squirrels free. [Read More]
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Wildlife officers in Wisconsin had to untangle five baby gray squirrels after their tails became tied together. [Read More]
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Their bushy tails entangled in a knot, five juvenile Gray Squirrel siblings were saved by the Wisconsin Humane Society's Wildlife Rehabilitation Center this week. WHS officials say the squirrels were stuck in a "Gordian Knot" - their tails entangled with long-stemmed grasses and strips of plastic their mother used as nest material. Thankfully, someone found the animals and brought them to the rehabilitation center for help. According to WHS, when a good Samaritan brought the "ball" of... [Read More]
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