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Learning the secret life of flying squirrels
Flying squirrels have inhabited southern California's San Bernardino Mountains for thousands of years, but most people have never seen one.
Now, a group of 50 citizen scientists, supported by a number of federal, state and local organizations, are trying to change that.
Most residents of San Bernardino mountain towns aren't "even aware flying squirrels are up here," says Nole Lilley, one of the citizen scientists studying the squirrels.
HPR 11(8): update on seasonal scarlet fever activity; medical-device-related M chimaera risk re-assessed; PHE takes further steps in sequencing pathogens; quarterly MMR and IMD disease reports; pre-natal pertussis vaccine coverage estimates
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