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PostPosted: Wed Mar 17, 2010 3:22 am 
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I love this thread.
West Coast that is one cute litte squirrel..his tail is just a stubby...and it makes him way-cute..which is a step up for normal cute. Not many squirrels here...but, I am gonna go on a walk in the open space, and see if I can spot some.

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PostPosted: Wed Mar 17, 2010 9:33 am 
The link below is where I found it, your photo fits the description better than the one that page but a search on the common name brings up lots of pictures similar to yours.
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K Lantz wrote:
The link below is where I found it, your photo fits the description better than the one that page but a search on the common name brings up lots of pictures similar to yours.


Right you are, reading the online ecology report pertaining to my Park, the Douglas Squirrel is a long time resident and distinguished by resting it’s tail on it’s back when crouched.
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From the pictures they appear quite close to the Red Squirrels in size and shape, the colours are unusual when your used seeing just Reds. Very nice!


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Here's a similar one, although a bit larger Black Squirrel...

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from this morning....

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Western Gray...

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Thats a great one westcoast :)

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went out yest to see whats new.. not a lot.. but squirrels seemed cooperative... personal favs are 2 and 5

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I suppose this little guy belongs here
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Nice skirrel photos folks, everyone.


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Funny...all my squirrel shots are from my front or back yard where I feed the little guys...but while out bird shooting a few weekends ago, I decided to snap this 'wild' squirrel who was posing nicely on a branch in the shadows. Sony A550, Tamron 200-500 lens, F5, ISO800, 1/200 shutter:

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PostPosted: Mon May 17, 2010 5:08 pm 
Another chipmunk

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Wow all of these Squirrel shots are ace. Here are mine that I took on Sunday.

Both taken from with a Canon 500D, kit lens (cropped lots!)

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PostPosted: Fri May 28, 2010 4:39 pm 
Although there is no vegetation at the top of Half Dome, these squirrels manage to subsist, I'm presuming on the handouts from the hundreds of climbers.

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