Looks like a squirrel.Whitetail Woods™Deer Hunting and Blackpowder Shooting at it’s best.
Is that a Flying Squirrel?
I agree with Renee... it does appear to be a flying squirrel.http://www.flyingsquirrels.com/index.html
In Montana, We call them squirrels.
Karen your killing me with that comment . . . lol . . . did I detect a hint of sarcasm?Ok, Ren is going to win the prize unless someone can provide me with the genus and species name of this "squirrel"!
It's ROCKY! What else do you want? he's just missing the pilot hat and glasses. And he's GENIUS!
That is a flying squirrel. My parents have two that visit their bird feeders every night. Neat creatures.
Ren, ROCKY! HA!Mr. Science says its the Northern Flying Squirrel (Glaucomys Sabrinus). :)More Here: http://www.ksr.ku.edu/libres/Mammals_of_Kansas/fly-squir.htmlSorry, I am awarding the prize to Karen whose mockery and sarcasm I have grown to adore. ;)
Okay, Fine. It's scientific name is Pteromyini or Petauristini. There are 44 species, but I don't know what yours is.
Karen, no need to continue to impress me with your squirrel knowledge. I already said you won! Now I just need to determine a suitable prize . . . hmmmm . . . tanned and preserved squirrel skin?
You sweet talker you! What girl wouldn't want a preserved squirrel skin?! And yes, that is definitely sarcasm! ha ha
Karen, Well it was either that or the preserved coyote pecker I have sitting on my workbench. Figured the squirrel skin was more appropriate. LOL
LOL......Oh I wouldn't want to take your prized preserved coyote winkie. It obviously means a lot to you since you display it on your workbench. Besides, I don't need a prize for being able to recognize a squirrel. ha ha
Liito Orava, what else could it be :).
Karen, "winkie" . . . I haven't heard that word since 8th grade. lol!
Perkunas,Had to Google "Liito" . . . the European cousin of Northern Flying Squirrel. Apparently a million years ago strong wind currents sailed one of these little guys across he big pond! lol!
Red fox and a Flying squirrel. Fox is the hole.
Looks like a grey squirrel?myworldofbushcrafting.blogspot.com
Flying squirrel is my guess.
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