Definition of Douglas squirrel
1. Noun. Far western United States counterpart of the red squirrel.
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Literary usage of Douglas squirrel
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1. The Mountains of California by John Muir (1907)
"CHAPTER IX THE Douglas squirrel (Seiurus ... THE Douglas squirrel is by far the most interesting and influential of the California sciuridae, ..."
2. Nature Stories of the Northwest by Herbert Bashford (1898)
"THE Douglas squirrel. all the little animals that inhabit the great forests of ... Size and Color of the Douglas squirrel. ; What Sometimes Called J Habits. ..."
3. Travels in Alaska by John Muir (1915)
"CHAPTER VII GLENORA PEAK ON the trail to the steamboat-landing at the foot of Dease Lake, I met a Douglas squirrel, nearly as red and rusty in color as his ..."
4. California for the Sportsman: Being a Collection of Hints as to the Haunts by Al M. Cumming, Allan Dunn, Southern Pacific Company (1911)
"The little chipmunks (striped ground-squirrels) have also two species, a larger (Tamias townsendii), about the size of a Douglas squirrel, in both the ..."
5. The Burgess Animal Book for Children by Thornton Waldo Burgess (1920)
"Way out in the mountains of the Far West you have a cousin called the Douglas Squirrel, who is really a true Red Squirrel and whose habits are very much ..."
6. The Craftsman by Gustav Stickley (1905)
"A contrast to this portrait is offered by the subtile description of the Douglas squirrel, which reflects the darting motion, the very being of the ..."