Did you know that southern flying squirrels do not fly, they glide?
Southern flying squirrels are gray with flat tails, white bellies, and loose skin between their front and hind paws.
Least Concern - Population Stable
Southern flying squirrels mate from January to April and June to August. They give birth twice a year to up to seven kittens from February to September.
Birds, carrion, eggs, fruits, fungi, nuts, and seeds
Southern flying squirrels forage at night.
Unique in North Louisiana. Here are two cool facts.
Southern flying squirrels can turn 180 degrees in the air.
Southern flying squirrels huddle together to stay warm in winter. They are solitary the rest of the year.
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