BELINDA GROVER PHOTOGRAPHY

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RED AND GREY (TWO PHOTOGRAPHS)

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Both of these squirrels are well represented in our woods. The red squirrel looked like a young one, relaxed as he ate his snack. Maybe he thought I couldn’t see him with the branches providing a bit of cover. The black eastern grey squirrels are more common here than the grey variety and he was more on the alert than the red.

22 thoughts on “RED AND GREY (TWO PHOTOGRAPHS)

  1. The red one is hilarious! Great photo! 😊

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  2. Fabulous photos, Belinda!

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  3. Both Beautiful Shots Belinda!

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  4. Great to see both, Belinda; and you did a nice job of photographing their individual personalities.

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  5. Very interesting pictures.

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  6. I know they have a terrible reputation (stealing birds’ eggs) but they are so much fun to watch.

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  7. Both are great captures, but I had to giggle at the first one. Now that’s relaxed! Adorable.

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  8. That Red Squirrel shot is a classic 😀, nice.
    Black are more common than grey, who knew. In New England they were rare, in the south none at at all. We have Fox Squirrels here, in the pine forest and edges of marshes. Larger, with a black head, white face, almost Panda like. Very shy and not in large numbers.

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  9. Beautiful photos! I’ve seen the black squirrels in Port Huron. The other fella is so cute, kinda like a snack and a drink on a sunny day. ❤️

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  10. Both, looks so sweet.

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