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Family: Sciuridae

Group: Mammal, Species

Scientific NameCommon NameSummary
Glaucomys sabrinusNorthern Flying SquirrelApparently present on much of the mainland from Upper Lynn Canal south, but perhaps not the Northern Gulf Coast. Also present on several islands near the mainland, as well as Prince of Wales Island (and other associated smaller islands), the home range an endemic subspecies occurs.
Marmota caligataHoary MarmotFound almost exclusively on the mainland; some populations can be found at sea level (e.g., in Juneau), while others (most?) live in subalpine and alpine meadows.
Spermophilus parryiiArctic Ground SquirrelKnown from the mountainous border area outside of Haines and Skagway
Tamiasciurus hudsonicusRed SquirrelNative to the mainland and many of the southern inner islands. Introduced to Admiralty, Baranof, and Chichagof Islands, and now spread to other associated islands.