The Orphaned Baby Sri Lankan Palm Squirrel So Tiny In My Palm by Paul Williams

The Orphaned Baby Sri Lankan Palm Squirrel So Tiny In My Palm by Paul Williams

Time-lapse video: 'Landscapes, Volume 3' | MNN - Mother Nature Network

Time-lapse video: 'Landscapes, Volume 3'

20+ Adorable Pics To Celebrate Squirrel Appreciation Day | Bored Panda

20+ Adorable Pics To Celebrate Squirrel Appreciation Day | Bored Panda

Happy Squirrel Appreciation Day! Read about five ways you can help celebrate. http://blog.nwf.org/2012/01/squirrel-appreciation-day-is-january-21st-5-ways-to-go-nuts-for-squirrels/

Happy Squirrel Appreciation Day! Read about five ways you can help celebrate. http://blog.nwf.org/2012/01/squirrel-appreciation-day-is-january-21st-5-ways-to-go-nuts-for-squirrels/

January 21 is Squirrel Appreciation Day.  Join the Naitonal Wildlife Federation in honoring this wonderful little critter!

January 21 is Squirrel Appreciation Day. Join the Naitonal Wildlife Federation in honoring this wonderful little critter!

20+ Adorable Pics To Celebrate Squirrel Appreciation Day | Bored Panda

20+ Adorable Pics To Celebrate Squirrel Appreciation Day | Bored Panda

In honor of Squirrel Appreciation Day on Jan. 21, here are 21 noteworthy facts about these ubiquitous and opportunistic rodents.

Happy Squirrel Appreciation Day

In honor of Squirrel Appreciation Day on Jan. 21, here are 21 noteworthy facts about these ubiquitous and opportunistic rodents.

Squirrel Appreciation Day Observed annually on January 21 "Red, grey or even black, what’s your favourite colour of squirrel? Squirrel Appreciation Day reminds us to enjoy these nut-burying, scampering animals respectfully and with consideration. Why not visit your local park and spot some squirrels?"

Squirrel Appreciation Day

Squirrel Appreciation Day Observed annually on January 21 "Red, grey or even black, what’s your favourite colour of squirrel? Squirrel Appreciation Day reminds us to enjoy these nut-burying, scampering animals respectfully and with consideration. Why not visit your local park and spot some squirrels?"

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