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Re: chipmunks was: birds and other critters

Well, curiosity finally won and did a little Googling for chippers. 
Found this Canadian site with good info. plus a map of N. America
showing the range of the - would you believe - 21 species that live
on this continent!  


Map shows why you don't have them, Andrea and why they aren't found
in S. CA...

Marge Talt, zone 7 Maryland
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> From: Andrea H <hodgesaa@islc.net>
> Marge-we don't have chipmunks here, but did when I lived in the
upper part
> of the state. So my guess is they stop somewhere mid-South
Carolina. Don't
> know why we don't have them here. Too hot?

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