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Flying squirrel? #7944778 08/21/20 01:49 PM
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You tell me -
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Pretty sure it is not a squirrel, no clue so let the guessing begin?

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LOL - also pretty sure it's not a squirrel down there in the South TX brush country.

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Looks like a rabbit attempting a back flip.

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looks like the bottom side of a flounder to me

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Flying frog.... confused2


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Re: Flying squirrel? [Re: Hudbone] #7945184 08/21/20 07:59 PM
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Btw, the buck behind the feeder is huge. Ginormus. I am sure of it.

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Never seen a nocturnal squirrel.
Maybe a bat?


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I agree with the rabbit. Looks like the belly of a cottontail. Something probably scared him or the deer and the chain reaction started. I have seen cottontails get airborne when they are down in a low spot and the headlight move over the top of them.


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I had a bat living in the lid (oversized) on one of my feeders. My guess is a bat as well.

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I was hoping by the end of this thread there would be a general consensus, guess not!


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