web analytics

Categorized | News

Another white-tailed squirrel

N-Squirrel-white-tailed-black1 N-Squirrel-white-tailed-black2

For the last two weeks we have run reader photos of squirrels with the genetic mutation of a white tail. This week, we have a squirrel of another color, though also with a white tail.

Patrick Snyder, of Solon Township, sent us photos of a black squirrel that got into his birdfeeder last winter. “He has rather distinct markings, so at first I couldn’t figure out what a baby skunk was doing out so early and how it got on my feeder,” remarked Snyder. He added that they nicknamed it Squunk (blending and shortening squirrel and skunk).

Thanks for the photos Patrick!

This post was written by:

- who has written 14436 posts on Cedar Springs Post Newspaper.

Contact the author

Leave a Reply



Kent Theatre
Advertising Rates Brochure
Ensley Team Five Star Realty

Get the Cedar Springs Post in your mailbox for only $35.00 a year!