Tadpole's Outdoor Blog

January 20, 2012

Preserving a squirrel tail

There is very little meat in the tail so you can just salt the raw end and lay it in the position you want and let dry a few week to a month in a dry area.  No need to get any more complicated than that.

Garrett has removed the tail bone and now is rubbing salt on the skin.

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  1. This reminds me of the time my neighbor let me watch him crop the tails on a litter of Boxers. He let me have the tails and I was elated. I took them to school wrapped in a paper towel. Not being able to talk in class, I simply turned around and placed the paper towel full of tails in the pencil tray on the girl’s desk behind me. When she opened up the “package” she let out a war whoop that you could have heard in the next county. We both stayed after school that day.

    No doubt, your squirrel tail is intended for a bicycle. Have fun!

    Comment by Becky Lannon — January 20, 2012 @ 8:06 am | Reply


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