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- The California ground squirrel is immune to snake venom but its babies aren't.
- When red squirrels see signs that spruce trees will have a bountiful crop of seeds, they have two litters that year, one in the spring and one in the summer, instead of one because they know their babies will have lots of food.
- What does it mean? A sudden, harsh burst of chatter that ends quickly means that something—a coyote, bear, or deer—startled the squirrel. A continuing outburst of angry chatter means a hunter, deer, or elk is threatening a squirrel’s stash of winter pine cones (the elk or deer could be pawing through the food).
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