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Wednesday, October 18, 2017

Bushy Tail. Wordless Wednesday






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Western gray squirrel


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  1. Tanya, that's a beautiful picture! There are squirrels here where I live but they never get close to gardens, they are very shy creatures.

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    1. MDN, thanks! It's a good thing that your squirrels stay away from your garden! They can be very destructive!

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  2. What a lovely photographic story! No words needed. P. x

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    1. Thank you, Pam! It was fun to watch this creature!

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  3. Haha! Wonderful story!

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  4. Those rascals can be so destructive. They dig in my pots, pull out plants, EATS plants. ugh...

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    1. Lisa, I hear you! But, after what rabbits did with my plants this season, I tend to like squirrels more! Even slugs were not as bad as rabbits...

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  5. Fun. But soon that fruit will be chomped to bits.

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    1. Ha-ha, Linda, I took those apple inside, we are chomping them ourselves!

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  6. Cutie pie. I mean...pest. But they are cute. I'm having some issues with squirrels right not. Grrrr...

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    1. Beth, I understand! As I wrote to Lisa, for me, they are not as bad as bunnies. Because of the bunnies, some of my perennials, like campanula for example, didn't have chance to bloom at all!

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  7. They certainly are inquisitive little monsters. Adorable pictures!

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    1. Peter, thanks! As they say, good thing they are cute!

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  8. Scoiattoli senza vergogna :D Dove ho il giardino di perenni non ce ne sono ma nell'altro terreno in valle è pieno e mangiano tutto!

    Un saluto :)

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  9. Hello Tatyana. Wonderfull pictures. Have a nice weekend.
    Hanne-Lise.

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  10. This one brought a smile! Squirrels are intelligent ( for a rodent) creatures and fun to watch, depending on just how destructive their current activity is. I was expecting to see that squirrel attempting to haul off an apple!

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    1. Ha-ha, Deb, I just imagined that picture! An apple is much heavier than a nut!

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