Look what I saw from my window today…..

Two little squirrels, one in a tree, one on the ground. Not great images as they were taken through my front room window….

Nutkin in the tree:

Nutkin on the ground:





  1. Aren’t they lovely? I always stand transfixed if I see a squirrel. 🙂 🙂 Mind you, no self-respecting squirrel would be out in weather like this! I’m eating Mick’s mint flavoured dark chocolate for consolation.

  2. So cute! We’ve just put up a new bird feeder mainly for the squirrels, but so far no takers. I hope they notice it before too long. They’re so entertaining to watch. 🙂

  3. I see so many squirrels when I am out with Ollie, but never manage to get a photo.
    Nice work, Sue.
    Best wishes, Pete.

  4. A grey one – yes, cute. But so afraid they will hop over to Scandinavia, because they do not go well together with the red squirrels we have here.

  5. I love squirrels and birds and chippies, as I say over and over. I was glad to see a few squirrels in our yard today. I feed everyone, including the deer who come down to eat the remainder of the bird and squirrel chow.

  6. For this Antipodean seeing a squirrel is like northern hemisphereans seeing a koala. In Łazienki they used to run up my leg in the vain hope that I was a nut-supplier – as most old ladies were!

  7. I think the shots look good, no matter what your vantage point, Sue.


  8. Complete with nut too. Well caught Sue.

  9. We don’t call them tree rats, we call them bushy tailed rats – call them what you will they’re still rats LOL. But they really do have personalities don’t they?!

  10. You captured their cuteness in these photos. There is something spontaneous about squirrels that comes through in having to captured them on the fly. Particularly the second photo, it looks as if the squirrel has just noticed you and aren’t sure about what you are going to do with his (or her) nut.

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