Last minute shopping
On December 23, 2005 - Nature
While most humans are occupied with last minute Christmas shopping, our furry friends in the world go on with everyday basic survival. Watched this gray squirrel dig several holes through the snow, he finally came up with a walnut which should keep him fed for the day.
Gray squirrels disrupted early Ohio settlers’ agricultural efforts in the state to such an extent that Ohio law required each taxpayer to turn in a quota of squirrel skins along with his tax payment. By 1885, hunting laws were enacted restricting the hunting seasons and bag limits for the gray squirrel.