The Harris’ Antelope Squirrel is often mistaken for a chipmunk because of
its small size and white stripe on the each side of it's body.
This squirrel was photographed at the Deer Valley Rock Art Center near
The Harris’ Antelope Squirrel is diurnal and active
year-round. When they become extremely hot, they lie on the ground spread
eagle in order to reduce their body temperatures in cool shade or soils.