Foraging, climbing, oak tree, lower pine tree
75 deg no ground cover
Eating, near very top of pine tree, impossible to see in pic. No ground cover
hanging out in Eucalyptus
Found on the ground after a storm.
This Eastern Fox Squirrel was out in the middle of the road as I was driving. Trashcans had been set out for tomorrow's collection, and the squirrel had something in its mouth.
The squirrel ran across the street and jumped up into one of the pine trees, where it watched to see what I would do. Then it scampered up the branches out of sight.
I saw this Eastern Fox Squirrel in the Australian Garden of the Huntington Library.
First it was running on the ground. It stopped a couple times to watch my movements. Then it jumped up into a Callistemon viminalis and disappeared up into its branches.
This Eastern Fox Squirrel was climbing a Monkey Pod tree inside the Rose Hills Conservatory at the Huntington Library and Botanical Gardens. It was not captive though. I think it climbed in through an open window.
There were many people inside the conservatory. The squirrel climbed all the way down to the ground and then back up. It stopped in the crook of two branches and turned over on its back (almost in a submissive/playful way like a dog). Then, it climbed up higher into the branches where I could no longer see it.
La ardilla zorro oriental (Sciurus niger) es una especie de roedor esciuromorfo de la familia Sciuridae.