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Maybe one bodacious 17th century squirrel couldn't save America's forests, but she and her furred and feathered army of the displaced used all their ingenuity to try. With the help of an immigrant calico cat and a brave passengeer pigeon, among many others, she schemed to torment the settler into going away, convincing predators and prey to cooperate in one grand effort. The settlers persisted, but she did not give up either, and, thanks to their spunk and determination, gray squirrels are still unbeatable. Check your bird feeders if you doubt that.