Oh how funny! Thanks for the smiles tonight!
Whoa Sue! Those look cute. I've never seen such plumpy ones before.
They can be very persistent! Love the acobatics.
Hi Sue, I LOVE your blog!!! I love its overall feeling, I love its photos... Oh, you're a real pro in this. I must learn more from you!Yes, agree that the squirrel looks quite plum!
"But Mom, I'm sick of corn! You always tell me I should try new things!"It looks like he's sleeping in the second photo:)I'll have to think of something for WW. Every time I go on the WW site my computer freezes up! So I don't link it.
What a little monkey!
So cute!But do birds go and eat after that the squirrel put his smell on the feeding tray ?
Great acrobat the "bushy tailed" one. wonderful pictures.Sue, Billy is a Jack Russel, he might have a bit of a Foxi in him. He is two years old.
Blessings Sue..Great photos of your furry little visitor & friend! How wonderful that he posed so wonderful and stopped eating! Great way to provide for them! Love the corn cob holder! Thank you for coming to visit!You must love photography! Enjoy your Corner Garden!
Thanks for the comments. Jan, you got it! This is actually 2 different squirrels, and the pics are out of order. The first one kept leaning over, then sitting up to eat a seed. I was taking pics from inside, and then I went outside to get a clearer shot. Then, another squirrel approached from the other side of the board across the deck, and I got pics of them getting closer. When the second one got there, the first one left. I guess they take turns. I also left off the shot of the blank place, to show I took the feeder down and put it in the garage until Larry could get home and find another place for it. LOLCatherine, The birds still eat off the feeders, but I've not seen any on the sunflower basket one yet. We just put them out a couple weeks ago.
Sue, you really have a talent for speaking photos. Those are too funny! I love the second one.
You're very kind to your wildlife! I've never seen the sort of spiral thingy your sweetcorn is in - I suppose we don't have any to spare here, as it's not so widely grown.
Thanks Sunita and Linda,The squirrels still haven't eaten the corn. Maybe they don't like that feeder. We just got it to see if it would keep them from going after the bird seed. They really have eaten well.
I like squirrels. When I was a child I went to feed them to the park near my grandparents´ house.Your post has brought me wonderful memories back:-)
Love your photos. The first one of the old snag on the shore looks like a prime tree for a woodpecker nest.LOL, those squirrels will eat everything in sight. What acrobats;)Marnie
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