WuShock celebrates Squirrel Appreciation Day at Wichita State, which is known for having more than its fair share of bushy tails running around the campus.
 
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WuShock celebrates Squirrel Appreciation Day
Jan 21, 2011 1:04 PM | Print
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WuShock took time out of his busy schedule to recognize Squirrel Appreciation Day today (Friday, Jan. 21) by handing out squirrel treats to his furry friends on campus.

"I want to ensure that the squirrels that grace our campus are staying well fed this winter," said WuShock.

One super-sized squirrel especially appreciated WuShock's generosity. (see photo)

WuShock points out that Wichita State is home to more than 14,000 students and squirrels galore.

A number of WSU staff have helped feed squirrels, and students, faculty, staff and visitors to campus have enjoyed watching the squirrels scurry around campus for years.

If you want to learn more about squirrels, go to http://www.squirrels.org/faq.html.

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Created on Jan 21, 2011 1:04 PM; Last modified on Jan 31, 2011 9:49 AM
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