Squirrel Tales: A Beginner’s Manual for Care of Infant Eastern Gray Squirrels (Sciurus carolinensis)
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who have so graciously shared their knowledge over the years and, of course, to the great–spirited and supremely confident animals that rehabilitators work diligently to foster and return to their rightful place in nature.
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