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Question by BBH. Uploaded on February 14, 2010
I dont think so. They might but i doubt it they dont like the cold. But once its done snowing they will come out.
mine are moving..but they know I do not mean any harm...I'm getting ready to watch the kick off of the biggest day of all redneck/hillbilly sports of all time... ya guessed it the DAYTONA 500! Go JR!
it depends on where you live but here in IL they are always moving rain snow tornado
They usually come out when the storm ends
one way you can tell real quick if it is squirrel tracks or rabbit tracks is to look and see if it goes from tree to tree or not
One day i saw five walking in a lin.e and i say they do move in the snow
I have never seen any while it is snowing. Because since they are so low to the ground it makes tough walking for them. Most likely to find them scattered about the branches of trees in storms.
well if the snow is to deep and fluffy they won't but if its not that deep they will move in the snow.
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