Fox Squirrels are really pretty and a little bigger than Gray Squirrels. They also like deciduous trees, but prefer areas where there is more open space beneath them.
Curiously, the Eastern Fox Squirrel (Sciurus niger) does not range much into Canada. Kurta says that there is a small, introduced populuation on Pelee Island in Lake Erie, and another small population in southern Manitoba.
Fox squirrels eat the buds, flowers and fruits of maple, elm, willow and other trees, berries, grapes and cherries, and the occasional grub, caterpillar, egg, or young bird.
Like the Gray Squirrel, Fox Squirrels scatter hoard nuts in preparation for winter. Whereas the Grays retrieve up to 85% of the stored nuts, Fox Squirrels are reported to retrieve 99% of their winter cache.