BELINDA GROVER PHOTOGRAPHY

STOPS ALONG THE WAY

CHIPMUNK

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We’ve seen more chipmunks than usual this summer. Two reasons for this I imagine – their food sources are plentiful and we’ve seen fewer of their natural enemies in the woods, hawks and owls. This little guy was enjoying a snack and judging from his full cheeks hadn’t finished consuming an earlier one.

32 thoughts on “CHIPMUNK

  1. So sweet! We have two – a male and female, I believe, from circumstantial evidence – and they are stocking up for the winter now. They don’t hibernate, so they need to stock their burrows with seed so they can wake up every so often and eat. They are my favorite backyard rodents.

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  2. It’s so cute! Lovely portrait Belinda.

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  3. Cute! They have fun taunting Tucker in my backyard!

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  4. Hah, pouches full! There have been a lot of them here as well. They and the squirrels are starting to go gangbusters on winter storage collection. The dog is going crazy! 😀

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  5. I always smile when I see one, even if they are destroying something. Nice capture of this cheeky fellow, Belinda!

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  6. There are chipmunks at the National Zoo!

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  7. Adorable, love those puffy cheeks! 🙂

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  8. What a cute little fella! Nicely captured!

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  9. They have got to be the sweetest!!

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  10. Oh how I love to see chipmunks when their cheek pouches are full. An excellent photo, Belinda.

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  11. Sounds like those factors combine to make a good time for Chipmunks! So cute, I must say😊

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  12. Really cute! Love those cheeks!

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  13. Sad, but we rarely see them here. They can be pests, until their not around.

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  14. A critter Smorgasbord!! ❤️

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