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Why is the small red squirrel called a boomer?


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2007-11-17 11:58:50
2007-11-17 11:58:50

The Red Squirrel, Tamiasciurus Hudsonicus commonly referred to as Chickaree, Spruce squirrel, Fairly-diddle, Mountian boomer, or Pine squirrel. The boomer name is thought to refer to the barks and chirps that they make which can be loud enough to be heard for miles.

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