A black squirrel rests on a tree on the Front Campus section of the Kent State University Campus. Black squirrels are an un-official mascot of Kent State University. Photo taken by Jeff Glidden on Oct. 13, 2010.

Black squirrel rests on a tree on the Front Campus section of the Kent State University Campus. Black squirrels are an un-official mascot of Kent State University. Photo taken by Jeff Glidden on Oct.

BGSU is so diverse that we have three different colors of squirrels... brown, black, and albino!

The pack of mutant black squirrels that are giving Britain's grey population a taste of their own medicine

I had never seen a black squirrel until I stepped foot on OC's campus. We used to run around in front of Dole Hall chasing them and yelling "little black squirrely"!

Black squirrel on a tree by *davidst123 ∞

oliviatheelf: eqiunox: squirrel on a tree by Squirrels are just tiny fairy cats to me. Aww, indeed!

Black Squirrels*As with the eastern grays, black squirrels occupy portions of the eastern and midwestern United States, as well as southeastern areas  of Canada.  And at some time during the past century, the black squirrel  managed to find its way to the British Isles.

Black Squirrels*As with the eastern grays, black squirrels occupy portions of…

Black Squirrel

Black Squirrel - Common around the Battle Creek - Kalamazoo area - working it way towards west Michigan

I've seen a black squirrel in colorado.

You’re So Punk Rock -- With its mostly black body and contrasting, pinkish tail, this eastern gray squirrel almost seems to be making a fashion statement.

The black squirrel is a melanistic subgroup of the eastern grey squirrel. They are common in the Midwestern United States, Ontario, Quebec, parts of the Northeastern United States and Britain.

The black squirrel is a melanistic subgroup of the eastern grey squirrel. They are common in the Midwestern United States, Ontario, Quebec, parts of the Northeastern United States, and Britain. Someone put down some nuts for him to eat.

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