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photoblog image Rocky's Peanut Dance

Rocky's Peanut Dance

 

Another gathering visitor. He's one of the

two baby squirrels from this tree family.

(click here to the squirrel peeking image)

 

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Rocky's Peanut Dance

 

Another gathering visitor. He's one of the

two baby squirrels from this tree family.

(click here to the squirrel peeking image)

 

♦ ♦ ♦    ♦ ♦ ♦

comments (6)

  • Chris
  • England
  • 24 Sep 2016, 06:42
He is keeping a wary eye on you but the nuts are just too good to miss!
Jacquelyn Ann: ... ... This one comes right up to my feet begging for peanuts... well mostly demanding peanuts. He's quite bold.
  • Ray
  • Thailand
  • 24 Sep 2016, 09:01
A lovely shot, Jacquelyn.
Jacquelyn Ann: ... ... Thanks Ray.
Well caught Jacquelyn.
Jacquelyn Ann: ... ... Was glad to have my camera out at that moment. It was like the peanut was stuck in his upper teeth. He went away with two peanuts then to store away.
Fun picture of your little guest! I love his very dark color.... do they change to the lighter fur for the winter?
Jacquelyn Ann: ... ... Thank-you Elizabeth.
They are called the > Eastern Grey Squirrel < even though many in southern Ontario Canada are black fur all year. So they come in black, grey (gray), white and even an albino colouring. We have one grey coloured squirrel also in our yard but mostly all black ones.
  • Louis
  • South Africa
  • 26 Sep 2016, 08:31
Very black fur. So far I have only seen them in your postings. Our squirrels are only a khaki type colour. This is an excellent shot of a fun moment.
Jacquelyn Ann: ... ... Many thanks Louis! It did seem like he was dancing a bit.
Around here in southern Canada they're all considered > Eastern Grey Squirrels < and yet they come in many colours like grey (gray), black, white and albino shades all under the same category. We have mostly black ones but there is one grey squirrel which is partnered with a grey male here as well. I've never seen any white ones but about an hour north of here there is a town that has all white ones and they are quite protected.
another winning image, Jacquelyn. I love the sheen on his back.
Jacquelyn Ann: ... ... Thank-you kindly Ayush!
The warm sunlight added that nice sheen to his black fur.

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