He looks so orange.
It takes about 6 of 'em to make a decent stew. Just sayin' :)
must be cousins to my squirrels...LOL...it is really orange too....and full of himself...
Aren't they the craziest things on 4 feet. Great series. Boom & Gary of the Vermilon River, Canada.
"I'll get those sunnies, and I don't care how hard you try to keep them away from me!"
They're going for the bird food aren't they?!
Amazing pictures! I don't think I have ever seen this kind of beauties here in the Netherlands.Did I tell you how much I love your comments, they always make me smile. I am happy to be your friend! Much love always xxxx
thanks for my afternoon chuckle, LOUD chuckles in fact. he is so adorable. your squirrels are much larger than ours and have a different color. precious shots of him having a gay old time
He is having a great time trying to figure out how to best access that feeder. Squirrels are so much fun to watch, great series of photos.
They are so beautiful,nb. I am not a squirrel eater!
Ah, a tree rat! Furry little ninja. He's obviously had some advanced ninja training! Great photos, T!I'd like to thank my personal assistant whose sole job it is to monitor this blog and go through the 112 weekly posts and pick out the tree rats! I appreciate the dedication! :-)
T, your squirrels have tan bellies! Ours here are whitish. Must be all that sun you get!...:)JP
Really good photos. I think he was performing for the camera : )
They are cute devils.
Brian, I hope you pay her well! :)
Hmm, don't know why the old song about the daring young man on the flying trapeze, went though my head.:-)
A very funny series, the orange color of the gray squirrel contrasts with the background and looks nice.Saludos.
They are just too much fun!!
How they are amazing, i love them =)There must be very hard to take pictures of them, no?
What an adorable creature! Some wonderful moments captured there,way to go!
relevant to absolutely nothing on this entry, are you friends on facebook with the Cornell Ornithology Lab? https://www.facebook.com/cornellbirds?ref=tsI'm having a ball there, and your pictures would certainly be welcome.
Hey Louise. Not a Facebooker. But thanks for thinking of me!
How cute is that varmint? We have some of those around here and my Pastor says he loves squirrel dumplings. Just the thought to me is horrible. It is Squirrel season.
We don't have any gray squirrels here, but we do have black ones in town. :)
A cute little dude! My daughter loved these pictures.
Thanks for sharing that cute acrobatic fellow! There aren't any tree squirrels in my corner of the desert. :)
Did he escape from a squirrel circus? Great shots!!
Caught red-handed stealing bird feed! They do make good stew!Linda
whoohoo he's got some stretching going on!!!Thanks for sharingLeontien
I love squirrels. Athletic little guy isn't he.
He's flippin adorable!
Love the pics. Beautiful orangey colouring that! So comical the way he stretches to reach the seeds!
Great upside down shots! What a stinker! How does he do that?
He is quite the little acrobat!
wouldn't it be cool to get around like that... =)
These are awesome...what great captures!
He is so cute how his tiny body flattens out almost like a fur cape. ;) Funny and adorable pictures!
Just got to love these little varmints! I like to watch squirrels at play.
Wow, what an acrobat! You must have had so much fun watching him :-) Thanks for sharing this cheerful post!
Wow. I love this post. Super lovely photos.
Darling! We love our squirrels here in Dallas too. We have 5 or 6 who will come up and tap on the window to get a peanut right out of our hand! Loving reading your blog and your beautiful photos, this is a great new find for me.Cheers, Andrea
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