What is another word for American Red Squirrel?

Pronunciation: [ɐmˈɛɹɪkən ɹˈɛd skwˈɪɹə͡l] (IPA)

The American Red Squirrel, also known as Tamiasciurus hudsonicus, is a small mammal commonly found in the forested areas of North America. There are many synonyms for this small rodent, including pine squirrel, chickaree, and boomer. The term "pine squirrel" is derived from its preference for coniferous trees. "Chickaree" is a Native American term that refers to its vocalizations while "boomer" is due to the way it flicks its tail when excited. Other synonyms for the American Red Squirrel include Hudson Bay squirrel, spruce squirrel, and dwarf squirrel. Despite having different names, they all refer to the same agile and active furry animal found in the northern hemisphere.

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