Welcome Iowa Hawk fans and old friends who are interested in joining the virtual hangout to watch the Hawks roll on to a great season under Fran.
You'll need a microphone, and, preferably, headphones or a headset. To join us, first, download a mumble client from Here. Once that's down and installed, join us at the mumble server listed from this page under "Services". Join the "GO HAWKS" channel to join the conversation, and for info on how to get a video stream, if you don't have coverage. There's also a bot that will bring in radio coverage if you're outside the Hawkeye Radio Network and prefer Dolph to the BTN guys. If that's not your thing, you can individually mute the bot, just realize that others may respond to insights from them that you're not hearing.
We're still working on solutions to the sync issues. If you're watching and listening on the live streams, they should generally be either in sync, or, at least the same for everyone. You're welcome to listen/watch separately, but, there will be sync issues there that aren't going to be fixable.
In any event, look forward to getting a large crew of regulars, and of course, GO HAWKS!
What is a squirrel?
Squirrels belong to family Sciuridae of small or medium-size rodents. The family includes tree squirrels, ground squirrels, chipmunks, marmots (including woodchucks), flying squirrels, and prairie dogs. Squirrels are indigenous to the Americas, Eurasia, and Africa, and have been introduced to Australia. The earliest known squirrels date from the Eocene and are most closely related to the mountain beaver and to the dormouse among living rodent families.
What is a nut?
- a fruit consisting of a hard or tough shell around an edible kernel.
- a small flat piece of metal or other material, typically square or hexagonal, with a threaded hole through it for screwing onto a bolt as a fastener.
Why do squirrels like nuts?
We don't know why. But the internet has told us that rodents have a tendency to grow their incisors very fast, and nuts solve the purpose of both, eating and rubbing the teeth to reduce.
Why does this squirrel have large nuts?
We don't know. It just does. Perhaps www.nutsack.com can provide more information about this squirrel.
Why should I care?
Because cracked.org offers everything you wanted to know about squirrels and more!
Learn more about squirrels.
Try google.com or wikipida.org for more info.