The Western Gray Squirrel is a Small-sized animal of the Squirrel species, featured in Red Dead Redemption 2 and Red Dead Online.

This animal can be hunted, but cannot be skinned. Studying the Western Gray Squirrel is required for the "Zoologist" Achievement.

Western Gray Squirrel Details & Location:

The Western Squirrel is native to the forested regions of West Elizabeth and New Hanover. Its omnivorous diet consists of nuts, berries, seeds, eggs, and small birds. Hunting squirrels with a Bow and Small Game Arrows will cause less damage to their pelts, compared to other weapons. Their pelts can be sold as profit to traders, and their meat is edible, but is considered to be stringy.

Western Gray Squirrel Hunting Tips:

The Western Gray Squirrel yields a carcass and stringy meat. Used in crafting and cooking or can be sold. Use a Bow with a Small Game Arrow for a clean kill.

Map Location - Western Gray Squirrel

Where to find the Western Gray Squirrel in Red Dead Redemption 2 - Map Location / Habitat:

The Western Gray Squirrel is Commonly found in the forested areas of West Elizabeth and New Hanover.

Western Gray Squirrel - Map Location in RDR2

Western Gray Squirrel Info

  • Scientific Name Sciurus griseus

Western Gray Squirrel Appearances

  • Game Edition Game Edition: Red Dead OnlineRed Dead OnlineGame Edition: RDR 2 Story ModeRDR 2 Story Mode



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