Does anyone know this squirrel ?
Last seen on Tuesday afternoon trying to break into the Nut Store here at Wild HQ. Description, short and furry , wearing a grey hooded top .
Obviously one smart squirrel who’s figured out where the nuts keep coming from…….
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Love the Squirrel video! I brought a birdfeeder in the house, and when I came home, A squirrel had chewed a hole in my screen to get at it. He was climbing the curtains and having a great old time.
Opps , definitely don’t want them in the house !
I have that squirrel’s cousin her in the US. They are smart critters. Love your pictures and information.