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flying squirrel

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    What are the most interesting wildlife that you've seen in YOUR HOUSE?

    Hello, folks! Those of us who are interested in wildlife have all had a few of those surprising moments when wildlife turn up unexpected. Sometimes, this is in their suitable habitat, even though we didn't anticipate that they might be around. Sometimes, though, they show up where they are...
  2. Flying Squirrel

    Flying Squirrel

    The Flying squirrels are nocturnal. They come out at night to feed. They sleep doing the day.Few people ever see them because they only come out at night. Flying squirrel glide from place to place.---Thanks for your kind words on my last picture
  3. Not a bird but it flies

    Not a bird but it flies

    Well, glide is more like it. Caught it tonight. ;) Haven't seen one in years. I believe, it's the same tree I last saw one on too.
  4. Flying squirrel

    Flying squirrel

    Little blighters are still stealing walnuts from my garden. As they're pretty inedible (the walnuts, not the squirrels) the squirrels are welcome to them but they clearly still feel guilty...
  5. Flying Squirrel #2

    Flying Squirrel #2

  6. Evening Visitor

    Evening Visitor

    This little flying squirrel showed up last night to hit the seed bell. Last year, we has three of them together but I don't know where his buddies are now.
  7. Flying Squirrel

    Flying Squirrel

    This critter visits my yard every night and munches on the seed bell I have out for the woodpeckers. At one point last year, I had three of these at once! So far this year, only this one but he is a fascinating creature!