This little one was found on the ground in the middle of a dirt path in Lake Stevens. It was very cold and wet. When it arrived late Friday (9/2) it was quite lethargic and we were not sure if it would survive.
It was immediately wrapped snug into warm blankets heated with hot rice bags. It is doing well, eating, and is sharing a warm incubator with a new sibling.
Many people do not even know we have these nocturnal squirrels living around our area. They don't actually fly - they glide, using their patagium (the skin between their forelimbs and hind limbs). Status - released.