To spot this squirrel, look for its distinct ears

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To spot this squirrel, look for its distinct ears

Abert’s squirrels depend on ponderosa pines for their food. They also are known as tassel-eared squirrels because of their long, distinct ear tufts.
If you go

Abert squirrel workshop, 10 a.m. to noon, Jan. 17, Haviland Lake/Chris Park. Free for Durango Nature Studies members, $10 non-members. Snowshoe rental $3. To register, call 769-1800, email sally@durangonaturestudies.org or visit www.durangonaturestudies.org.

To spot this squirrel, look for its distinct ears

Abert’s squirrels depend on ponderosa pines for their food. They also are known as tassel-eared squirrels because of their long, distinct ear tufts.
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