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Giant Otter
Fergus Falls, MN
This Giant Otter statue, nicknamed "Otto", was built in 1972 by high school students. The statue is 40 feet long and made of concrete over metal. Fergus Falls is the seat of Otter Tail County. For more, see this website. [map]

Giant Otter
Ottertail, MN
This Giant Otter statue was created by Ken Nyberg around 1998 from scrap metal. It is 14 feet long. [map]

Earl the Squirrel
Plainview, TX
Nutty the Squirrel
Longview, WA
Kampy the Squirrel
Middlebury, VT
In 2000, Earl the Squirrel was carved by H.L. Stewart from a dead pine tree on the courthouse lawn. [map]

Nutty the Squirrel is a wood carving, about eight feet tall. He stands in a park near the Nutty Narrows Bridge. The bridge was built as a squirrel crossing in 1963 by Amos Peters. This Nutty the Squirrel statue was installed in 2001 as a tribute to Peters. For more, see this website. [map]

Kampy the Squirrel is located at Kampersville, a campground on Lake Dunmore. For more, see this website. [map]

Agnes the Squirrel
Sinton, TX
Agnes the Squirrel eats a praline in front of Aunt Aggie De's Pralines. The nine-foot-tall statue was created in 2000 by Blue Genie Art Industries of Austin, TX. It is made of EPS styrofoam with an epoxy hardcoat. Agnes wears a variety of hats throughout the year. For more, see this website. [map]

Giant Squirrel
Cedar Creek, TX
This 14-foot-tall Giant Squirrel was built in 2011 by Blue Genie Art Industries of Austin, TX. Known as "Ms. Pearl," she stands in front of Berdoll Pecan Candy & Gift Co. For more, see this website. [map]

Chrony the Squirrel [gone?]
Glendale, OH
Nutzy the Squirrel
Belfast, ME
Henry the Squirrel
Brainerd, MN
Chrony the Squirrel is one of 25 fiberglass squirrel statues around town. They were installed in 2005 as a public art project. The black squirrel is Glendale's symbol. This squirrel is dressed as a jackhammering construction worker. It was sponsored by Reece Construction. The statue seemed to be gone in 2019. For more, see these websites: 1 and 2. [map]

Nutzy the Squirrel is installed in front of Perry's Nut House. He is a wood carving and about six feet tall. He has been here since around 1999. At one time, there were elephant statues here as well. [map]

The Henry the Squirrel statue was originally located at the Paul Bunyan Amusement Center. When the park closed in 2003, this statue and many others were moved down the road to Paul Bunyan Land. Henry was Paul Bunyan's pet squirrel. For more, see these websites: 1 and 2.

Giant Squirrel [gone]
Bay City, MI
This Giant Squirrel statue in Bay City was carved from a tree and was about 10 feet tall. The squirrel appeared to be munching on a cranberry. The statue was located at Arnold Real Estate. These photos are from 2008. By 2014, the statue was gone. [photos thanks Mark Comstock]

Theodore
the Chipmunk
Phoenix, AZ
Chipmunks
Van Nuys, CA
This fiberglass statue of Theodore the Chipmunk in Phoenix stands in front of Don Parks house. It was part of a set of three statues as described for those in Van Nuys. Parks has a huge collection of statues and other things on display. [map]

These statues of the three Chipmunks, Alvin, Theodore, and Simon, are installed at the Valley Relics Museum in Van Nuys. The animated, singing characters were developed in 1958. These statues were produced around 2009 to promote the film, "Alvin and the Chipmunks." They are about five feet tall and were installed in movie theatre lobbies. Most of them were destroyed when the screenings of the film ended. For more, see, this website.

Chipmunks
Arcadia, FL
These statues of the three Chipmunks are installed in the window at Treasure Alley Antiques. [map]

Chipmunks
Fort Myers, FL
These Chipmunks are installed in front of the Fountain Cottages Inn. They were installed in 2013. I believe these surfing statues were produced in 2011 to promote the film "Chipwrecked." [map]

Squirrel and Badger
Birnamwood, WI
This Squirrel and Badger were once part of the Badger Country gas station. The Badger was perched on the roof of the convenience store which was disguised as a mound of dirt. The gas station closed in the late 1990s and was replaced with the Northern Exposure Gentleman's Club. The Badger was moved down to the ground and reduced in height. The Squirrel's log was once a drive-in gas pump shelter but its ends are now closed off. For more, see this website. [map]

More Squirrel Statues:
Marysville, KS

More Badger Statues:
Wishek, ND [map]

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