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Date Posted: 06:33:54 06/20/11 Mon
Author: Dennis
Author Host/IP: celina-pppoe-1-471.dsl.bright.net /
Subject: Re: 13-lined growing squirrel
In reply to: Mary 's message, "13-lined growing squirrel" on 13:20:11 06/12/11 Sun

Had a young one that was so bad off it died a couple days after I got it. That is the total of my experience. I'd
say give it formula till it weans and give it another
week or two. Like most squirrels it should probably be
able to open hard shelled nuts to be released...

>I know a little off topic of flyers, but, does anybody
>have any experience with a 13-lined ground squirrel?
>I found one in the middle of the busy road in town,
>thought it was a chipmunk, but is definitely the
>13-lined. Jhe is about 5-6 weeks old (guessing) here,
>drinking puppy formula, grapes, lettuce, cherries,
>nuts, pretty much the same stuff I give my flyer. How
>do I know how old for sure and when to release him???

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