Saturday, 25 May 2019

Flying squirrels are nocturnal and hard to spot. Unless you know where to look.

Flying squirrels are nocturnal and hard to spot. Unless you know where to look.
Flying squirrels are nocturnal and hard to spot. Unless you know where to look.
Lighting in stalling and it landing on some kids love that, but right now we’re sort of seeing Peak squirrel season 4 are flying squirrels they come out at night. You never see them unless there’s a reason for them to purple. People are, and we do that by putting food out the feeders that we’ve got here are very, very simple bird platform feeders. We have a dick here so that we can be up where the feeder is and so they’re tiny, cute and little bundles of energy. Can I get you another car
They’re as common as grey squirrels, but only come out at night. We went to Brookside Nature Center to see them. Subscribe to The Washington Post on YouTube: https://wapo.st/2QOdcqK

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