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 Post subject: A walk around campus.
PostPosted: Tue Oct 06, 2009 1:30 am 
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I was walking around on my girlfriends campus the other day and this is what I found.

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There's a lot of interesting animals, and they are all pretty tame so it makes for good practice. C&C welcome, click the images for larger sizes.

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sweet love the first squirrel one, I hear lots of them around here but I can't never see them.

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sweet love the first squirrel one, I hear lots of them around here but I can't never see them.


They can be pretty sneaky, I like chasing them around trees because they always try to stay on the opposite side of the tree.

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last squirrel i saw ran out into the road and was about 2 feet from getting ran over by a car.

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The last one looks like it playing up for the shot, very unusual I like it. what is the animal?

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4xxxx wrote:
The last one looks like it playing up for the shot, very unusual I like it. what is the animal?

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Just a grey squirrel. They are all over here in NY, and in populated places they are really tame.

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I love them, especially the second squirrel!

Where in NY are these taken?

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Garb wrote:
I love them, especially the second squirrel!

Where in NY are these taken?


Thanks, they were taken on a college campus in New Paltz.

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Very nice set. Love the last squirrel shot - very well done.

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