following range maps cover both species of Glaucomys in North
and Mexico/Central America.There are 25 sub-species of Northern Flying
Squirrel (Glaucomys sabrinus) and 10 sub-species of
Flying Squirrel (Glaucomys volans).
The range maps presented on these pages are general
indicators only! As
a rule, the most accurate range maps are State or Province-centric. It
would appear that climate change has modified the northern ranges of
the southern flying squirrel in both the USA and Canada in the past ten
years, with solid evidence of northward range incursions and retreats
in Ontario, Michigan and Wisconsin. For
definitive range information
geographic area, please refer to your local Department or Ministry
of Natural Resources, Conservation Authority or Field Naturalist club.