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Peter Connan

Lovely sighting @kittykat23uk!


A squirrelly sunrise from me:


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My aunt took some pics recently of an albino squirrel in DC. I thought it was neat enough to share with you all :)

Look at it! So special!



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it has to be said, Brownsea Island is a very good place for Red Squirrels- we saw about 8 individuals but this was by far the most co-operative!


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@monalisa- wow an albino squirrel.


I have a whole album of "Squirrels of all Seasons."  I think if someone wants to practice their camera work before a safari or wildlife trip, they should do so with squirrels as the subject.  They are abundant most places and can prove challenging, you can improve by taking shots of these critters.



Red Squirrel



Gray Squirrel confronting a juvenile Yellow-Crowned Night Heron



Gray Squirrel with a blonde tail



Gray Squirrel

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Dave Williams

The Barbary Squirrel, seen recently on Fuerteventura, Canary Islands is the most confiding Squirrel I have ever come across!

51714867622_277dedfa17_h.jpgBarbary Squirrel by Dave Williams, on Flickr

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Dave Williams

@TonyQ They were introduced to Fuerteventura from their natural habitat across the water in Morocco, Algeria and Western Sahara in 1965. Might have flown in with TUI like I did!!

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Red Squirrel, Canada.





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