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Tree Squirrels

The western gray, Douglas, American red and northern flying squirrels are all native to Oregon. There are also two nonnative invasive species of concern in the state. Learn all about them in a new eight page ODFW fact sheet which covers: preventing and addressing conflicts; trapping and relocating squirrels; species status; and recommended conservation actions.

Living with Tree Squirrel fact sheet (pdf)

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