Why Do Squirrels Eat Acorns?


The diet of squirrels varies with food availability and the season. Their food includes nuts, acorns, walnuts and Osage orange fruits in fall and winter; flowers and buds in spring and fruits, berries and succulent plant material in summer. Fungi, corn and cultivated fruits are taken when available.
Q&A Related to "Why Do Squirrels Eat Acorns?"
they eat about 35.7 million acorns in their 1 lifetime's is the most common answer as it is proven this only occurs for the female not the male.
Mammals. More than 100 species of animals eat acorns, according to the Florida Cooperative Extension Service. Acorn-loving mammals include squirrels, flying squirrels, mice, voles
cuz there hungry
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Squirrels eat nuts, seeds, fruits, fungi, greens and insects.
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