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Have You Seen Me?



We are mapping sightings of Delmarva fox squirrels and you can help. Use this form to report sightings and share information about this rare species.

Delmarva fox squirrelThe Delmarva fox squirrel is no longer classified as an endangered or threatened species at the federal level. But it is still rare in Delaware. We are mapping the distribution of this animal and are looking for photos or observations.

How to tell a Delmarva fox squirrel from a gray squirrel

Delmarva fox squirrels are large, silvery gray and do not have a brown wash on the back or tail. They are larger than the more common gray squirrel and can be seen along roadsides or field edges as well as in the mature forest that is their home.


Observation Information Form

Who spotted the Delmarva Fox Squirrel, and when?



How can we contact you?



Where was it?





Did you happen to get a photo? Please upload it here.




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