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Originally posted by korath
Cold? take a knife and cut the sod,roll it back and use it for a blanket
Originally posted by angryamerican
reply to post by korath
go sticking your hand in a hole in a tree looking for a hibernating squirrel you are putting yourself at risk. Contrary to popular belief squirrels do not hibernate. They are active all year long.
Squirrels do not hibernate, both species live in 'dreys' or nests, made of twigs, lined with soft hair moss, moss and dried grass. In cold periods in winter,squirrels often stay in these drays for several days. Their main foods are tree seeds (acorns, hazel nuts), tree flowers and shoots, mushrooms and fungi from under tree bark. During the winter, they live on their hidden stores of nuts and seeds.