Hidden, Buried, and Rummaging to be Fed

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The large fox squirrel is gathering and burying a cache of nuts. Making short raspy barks, his tail twitches furiously. He sprints up and down, and then circles the black walnut tree’s trunk wanting to make sure I know how annoyed he is that I am in his territory. I mimic back his bark and laugh as he looks at me and then really begins to use some bad squirrel grammar.
Black walnut trees are a great food supply for squirrels and numerous in this region of Michigan

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