Flying squirrel

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Flying squirrel

  1. 1. By Sean Melton
  2. 2.  The northern flying squirrel lives in dense conifer or mixed conifer and deciduous forests. Breeding season runs from March to May The nest can be an abandoned bird nest; a clump of twigs, moss, and shredded bark
  3. 3.  eats nuts Acorns fungi and lichens It may also eat fruits sap, bird eggs, small nestling birds and insects
  4. 4.  The northern flying squirrel can be found in… Canada northern United States Alaska Washington Oregon, California, North Dakota, South Dakota,
  5. 5.  The northern flying squirrel is nocturnal and is active throughout the year It is a very social animal It may share a nest and live in groups of eight or more adults and juveniles.
  6. 6.  The northern flying squirrel is a small squirrel It is about ten inches long It is black, gray, and white When it is gliding, it uses its tail as a rudder to help it change direction
  7. 7.  Breeding season runs from March to May he female gives birth to two to five young after a gestation period of about 40 days It can live in woodpecker hole or tree cavity They learn to glide when they are about three months old
  8. 8.  The squirrel kept launching itself from an 8- foot-high wall-mounted lamp into a glass wall after becoming trapped in a trauma room at Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital in Rahway Tuesday night
  9. 9.  The flying squirrel is an interesting animal to learn about. It has many different facts and life styles to live with and use. In this power point I learned that the flying squirrel is important to our informant

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