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Please include when and where taken, tech specs and any other pertinent details about the sighting. Thanks, Matt.

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pme

Tree squirrel
Paraxerus cepapi

 

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Taken in early morning light on 26 August 2012. Chikwenya Concession, next to Mana Pools NP, Zimbabwe.

 

 

At times we barely take notice of scenes like this one. From the corner of our eyes perhaps, while carrying on along our path, searching for larger animals and more action... Looking at this picture I am happy we stopped for a moment, switched off the engine, observed this beautiful creature at collecting the days breakfast and listened to the voices of the bush.

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marg

breadfast from the kitchen...Okavango Delta September 2007

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graynomad

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At the Kilaguni Lodge, Tsavo West. He was scavenging peanuts.

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africawild

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Small thief in our tent , Botswana 2004.

 

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Pennyanne
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Pennyanne

Trying to attach two photos I took yesterday of a squirrel but it is not working properly as it is not the right size. What am I doing wrong? I'm trying to attach from my pc as do not really want to load every photo onto the web.

Any help will be greatly appreciated. Thanks, Pennyanne

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Whyone?
A little darker than their UK cousins, I took these pictures of Red Squirrels in Retiro Park, Madrid between meetings last November.


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2R4C8945 by Whyone, on Flickr


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2R4C8982 by Whyone, on Flickr


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2R4C8964 by Whyone, on Flickr


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2R4C8889 by Whyone, on Flickr

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Whyone?
And a real monster of a squirrel - the Verigated Squirrel, photographed on the Osa peninsula, Costa Rica


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2R4C7038 by Whyone, on Flickr


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2R4C7040 by Whyone, on Flickr

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graynomad

Man these guys are so cute, and that tail on the Verigated Squirrel is amazing.

 

@Pennyanne, can't help I'm afraid, I always up load to a server and link to that.

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Pennyanne

I think I've figured it out. Here are two photos of a Western Red Squirrel taken two days ago from my kitchen window in Prince George, BC.

 

 

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kittykat23uk

Some lovely squirrels! Something a bit different.

 

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Red Squirrel 2 Buzz sim by kittykat23uk, on Flickr

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africapurohit

A band of thieves who used to hang around Little Chitabe Camp, Botswana - taken in 2006.

 

Getting in position......

 

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Discussing strategy........

 

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Making a move........

 

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Back to base.........

 

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graynomad

Lovely collection.

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Game Warden

Any recent squirrel sightings?

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TonyQ

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South Luwangwa August 2013 Bush Camping in Nsefu Sector


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TonyQ

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Striped Palm Squirrel, taking advantage of pilgrim leftovers


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TonyQ

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Its tough being a Grey Squirrel (Birmingham UK, January 2013)


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Kingfisher Safaris

Ground Squirrel, Etosha National Park, Namibia April 2009.

 

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Terry

The world's largest ground squirrel - the Whistle Pig also known as the Hoary Marmot looking over his kingdom on top of the Going to the Sun Road in Glacier National Park, Montana, USA.

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kittykat23uk

Prevost's Squirrel, Sepilok, Borneo.

 

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kittykat23uk

Plain Pygmy squirrel, Danum Valley, Borneo.

 

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