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All kwuiet on the western front? Or is that facing eastwards, Sue? 🙂 🙂
Western front, Jo! 😊😊😕
Yes, I didn’t notice him when I took the image, bet he was eating some of the buds
Yup. Spring and summer are quite hard for them.
But they’re tree rats
Well, maybe, but I was only commenting on their ability to find food. They get awfully thin in summer.
At least there are some buds to feed that squirrel. I hope he leaves some for the tree. 🙂
Best wishes, Pete.
Quite, little tree rat
Great capture – the squirrel I mean!
This looks like a perfect picture to show someone and see how long it takes to see the squirrel. It took me a bit.