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red squirrel

  1. Is he back???

    Is he back???

    I showed you a Red Squirrel some months back, which was the last time we saw him in July. Then when we visited on the 24 November, there was one stuffing his face with peanuts. Oh how excited we were to see one back. Sadly we've not seen him since. So not a Saturday Fun one today. I thought...
  2. Red squirrel....

    Red squirrel....

    Puttin'on the grey winter coat
  3. Another farewell

    Another farewell

    This Red Squirrel had been a constant visitor for a few years at the Craighall feeders (at least I think it was the same one). Sadly this was the last time we saw him in mid July. So both the squirrels have gone and so far nothing has moved in to replace them at either feeding station.
  4. I'm sure he's grinning!

    I'm sure he's grinning!

    Late June now, back from my holiday and supposed to be recuperating from an op. However it didn't go ahead sadly. So consoled myself with a visit to our feeders and the main species of interest was a Red Squirrel! I'm sure that's a cheeky grin on his face having pinched a peanut from out of the...
  5. Red squirrel

    Red squirrel

    At my forest feeding place. I stopped feeding at the end of March. To make the "transition" easier for them, did I put seven fat balls there. Two days later where all fat balls and one fat ball feeder stolen. I fed the birds for 5 months and spent about 200 Euros for bird seeds. What a reward...
  6. Who, me?

    Who, me?

    Another spot the squirrels are accustomed to being fed is at the bird feeder station on the path up to Estenstad Cabin. I think the original idea of the feeder there was to get kids interested in the many birds that visit it, but the squirrels have pretty much taken it over and are an even...
  7. Eurasian Red Squirrel (Sciurus vulgaris)

    Eurasian Red Squirrel (Sciurus vulgaris)

    Eurasian Red Squirrel (Sciurus vulgaris) on the mulberry tree
  8. Red Squirrel

    Red Squirrel

  9. Red Squirrel

    Red Squirrel

  10. Shall we say Grace?

    Shall we say Grace?

    Looks like this cute Red Squirrel is about to thank the Lord for his lunch. Gorgeous creatures. Saturday fun
  11. Red squirrel in the snow

    Red squirrel in the snow

  12. Eurasian squirrel

    Eurasian squirrel

    A photogenic squirrel 🐿️.
  13. Red Squirrel

    Red Squirrel

  14. Red squirrel

    Red squirrel

  15. Red squirrel

    Red squirrel

  16. Autumn red squirrel

    Autumn red squirrel

  17. Red squirrel

    Red squirrel

    Running around our feet before finding a bow to eat in!
  18. Red squirrel in Krokskogen

    Red squirrel in Krokskogen

  19. Tree hugger.....Red squirrel

    Tree hugger.....Red squirrel

  20. The great feeder robbery

    The great feeder robbery

  21. Female red squirrel

    Female red squirrel

  22. Female red squirrel

    Female red squirrel

  23. Out of hibernation

    Out of hibernation

    ... well I guess he'd been out for a bit, but was the first one I'd seen for months. Looks well, doesn't he.
  24. Now how do I attack that (SF)

    Now how do I attack that (SF)

    Red Squirrels make great subjects with their variety of poses. This one appears to be wondering which would be the best way to get into the nuts.
  25. Female red squirrel

    Female red squirrel

    I think it's a nursing female because of the nipples.
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