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The Red Squirrel of 2011
This is the cutest, reddest squirrel I've ever seen. He's just a baby, and didn't appear until the end of January 2011. He made snow tunnels all throughout the backyard. I didn't realize how extensive they were until the snow started to melt and they became visible.
February 9, 2011. The entrance/exit of this tunnel is just a few feet from the steps, which is where the peanuts are kept.
February 11, 2011 by the same snow tunnel.
February 16 and 17, 2011. The snow has melted and has made the squirrel's snow tunnel network visible.
Here is a video of him taken on February 17, 2011
Here he is making noise in the neighbor's pine tree on September 22, 2011
Fox Squirrel #5
This squirrel was very friendly and came right up on the ledge to eat the peanuts, letting me open the doorwall and get up close. I would have taken more photos, but I had to be somewhere and was on my way out. These were taken June 22, 2012.
Fox Squirrel #4
Here is a video of one of the backyard squirrels enjoying my unused Halloween pumpkin on January 26, 2012.
Fox Squirrel #3
This squirrel was photographed eating sunflower seeds in my backyard on June 9, 2011.
Fox Squirrel #2 near The Largest Maple Tree in Hines Park, October 9, 2010
This cute squirrel has a nut in his mouth. He was photographed in a tree near The Largest Maple Tree in Hines Park.
Fox Squirrel #1
There are quite a few squirrels that come on the back steps to eat peanuts, but I usually don't photograph them. Here is one that I did on September 19, 2010.
The Garden City, Michigan "A & W" Squirrel
Every time I go to this A & W and sit in the truck to eat around the side of the building, this same black squirrel (with a bit of brown undercoat) always walks along the overhead wires. When I was sitting there with Brian on November 8, 2009, I immediately thought of the squirrel and wondered where it was. Just a few minutes later, I saw it in the distance and it started walking on the wires. For a little while, I couldn't tell where it had gone, but then I saw it in what I believe is a bald cypress tree. Apparently, it has a favorite branch that is perfectly horizontal and just right for lounging. I don't think I've ever seen a squirrel just lay down on a branch, but that is exactly what this one did. It looked very relaxed. I happened to have my parents' point-and-shoot camera with me, so I took a few pictures of it (too bad I wasn't toting around my good camera). The last photo was when I got almost to the wall that separates us---it perked up its tail and its eyes opened wide. I decided to head back to the truck at that point so it could continue relaxing on this nice, sunny, 65-degree day.
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