Usually the Lexington tree squirrels build their nests and these nests are built on the tree branches in most of the
cases. The nests built on trees are called as dreys. The flying squirrels build their nests on the trees
with the help of certain materials which are normally not used by any other Kentucky animals for the purpose of
building the shelter. In most of the cases these nests are seen to be built of the dry leaves of the
trees, twigs and grass. The assemblage of these materials ' done in a typical pattern in which the
grass and leaves are both mingled with the twigs and th' whole set up ' made on the forked branches
of the trees.
Size of a typical squirrel nest
There are some other kinds of nests as well but these are not prepared by the Kentucky squirrels. These are called as the cavity nests and sometimes dens. The dreys differ from these cavity nests mainly in depth. Usually these nests appear to be v'ible mostly in the time of leaf fall or in autumn. The most suitable place for the building of these nests by Lexington squirrels in a tree ' the crotch and its height should be approximately 30 to 45 meters above the ground level.
Possible hazards of Kentucky squirrels nests
In most of the cases the nests of these squirrels ' not found to be causing any kind of harm for the human bodies. However if th' nest making becomes a regular habit one and the other end of the prem'es of the squirrels, then th' ' an alarming situation. Other than trees the squirrels also build their nests in the attic portions of the houses. Sometimes the buildings are seen to be having the nests being built by these flying Lexington squirrels. But the major drawback of these nests ' that the building ' always at a r'k of fire.
Similarly the nests will also be at the higher r'k of TV. In addition to th', the people also blindly lay the networks of wires during installation of their electricity. Squirrels have a very bad habit of chewing the electric cables. It ' due to th' reason that the luggage should be decided according to the space and needs. Another major factor which should be taken into account ' that in many areas the old leaves and autumn branches of trees are harvested. Although a drey ' strong enough to hold itself on the ree branches, still your branch cannot decide.
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