I might have rather a lot of these
(Pardon the Scottish Accent)
In reply to Linda257:
A squirrel with a nose basket!
Or... Nose in a basket!
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In reply to Mike B:
Linda257 said:Looked like a headless squirrel at one point Mike lol
It did look a little headless, but then are squirrels generally headless, in every sense-sability....
I guess I've become too used to squirrel antics....
On an interesting note, the quest to contain the grey squirrel numbers here has taken a turn for the interesting.
They are eating meal worms, the only food we've been leaving out. When I say eating, I don't mean a quick taster and yuk, I mean feasting!
In reply to Gardenbirder:
When I posted my Kingfisher pics here a little while ago I remembered I had similar ones of Kestrel displaying the same behaviour but couldn't find where I saved them. Finally found them while looking for something else.
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