If you love feeding birds in your backyard, chances are you also have squirrels who are frequent visitors. When looking out your windows, you probably see plenty of gray squirrels and maybe even a few fox squirrels in the mix as well. Since they seem relatively friendly with one another, you may be curious as to whether these two species mate with each other now and then.
So, do fox squirrels and gray squirrels interbreed? The answer is, “Yes, fox and gray squirrels do interbreed which sometimes results in an interesting mutation.”