Winter Snack

Temperatures in the 20’s get Flash busy
 
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4 Responses to Winter Snack

  1. Barb says:

    Awwwww, isn\’t he cute? 🙂  Great detail on the paws.  Does Bonnie still try to stalk him?
    Glad he let you get a little closer for some great shots.
    Barb 🙂
     

  2. Vieille Ourse says:

    Sweet little Flash ! Here it is rather difficult to see our red squirrels (no grey ones) as they are very shy. In the southern part of Brussels (Forêt de Soignes) there are lots of striped squirrels – probably set out during the summer holidays a few years ago … and since then they thrive … they do not endanger the red squirrels too much as they are not really active at the same time of the day. The only problem is that they squat holes in the trees which other animals or birds might use as nests …
    Do you know the legend of the striped squirrel ?
    A little striped fellow delivered a big bear (in Siberia, of course) being entangled in a trap by gnawing off the rope. To thanks the squirrel, the bear delicately stroke over its back with its huge paw, and the stripes are the design of the bear’s claws in its fur …

  3. Cindy says:

    I bet he chattered at you after he finished that pine cone.  The little bugger!

  4. Sheila says:

    Nice Squirrel…Nice snack!
    It is New Years Eve and I am still picking up pecans from the yard, have never had such a harvest before, ever! I suspect I will still be picking up pecans in another week or two!
    I suppose temperatures in the 20\’s would get anyone busy! (giggle giggle)

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