The squirrel is a symbol of the vision, mission and primary purpose of Smart Outdoor Services.

When the squirrel comes into our lives it is often a message for us to have more fun, and take life a little less seriously. We can see this in the squirrel’s daily antics in our yards and surroundings.

However, other animal symbolism of squirrels deal with practicality. The squirrel is commonly known to hide and save its food and return to it in the winter months – we take this as a sign in our own lives; a sign that it might be time to look into our own provisions. For example: Is it time to consider a water management plan? Are we prepared for unprecedented water cost increases? Do we need to be more persistent in doing simple and preventative irrigation repairs around the property?

What is the squirrel known for?

• Balance
• Energy
• Play
• Preparation
• Prudence
• Resourcefulness
• Socializing

It’s not commonly known that the squirrel only actually finds 10% of the nuts he hides for safekeeping. All those nuts squirrels do not recover are primed and ready to seed themselves. Meaning, thanks to our furry friends, we are gifted with new generations of trees and plants sprouting from all the seeds and nuts burrowed in the soil by squirrels. A lesson in balance, stewardship and mindfulness we can all appreciate.

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