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Photograph by Pam Gardner; Frank Lane Picture Agency/Corbis
February 25, 1806, at Fort Clatsop, Oregon.
Upper parts reddish gray or brownish gray, grading into chestnut brown on middle of back; underparts grayish to orangish. Upperparts grayer in winter.
Primarily coniferous forests.
Southwestern British Columbia, western Washington, western and central Oregon, and northern California.
Noisier than most, Douglas's squirrel has a large repertoire of calls, including a trill.
Species information from
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