a diary of my walks in the countryside
Wow! Those are tame - they run out of our garden, especially if I chase them off. LOL.
LOL! If you can't beat 'em, join 'em! Great photos, Andrew! I've never hand fed a squirrel before.
too darn cute!!!
Great shots Andrew.It's an amazing feeling when 'wild' animals react like that with us.
I prefer a box of chocolates myself Andrew but I can see how this might not go down well with the pigeons!! The sequence of squirrel shots is just delightful, they don't bite?
I can't stop smiling, all the way from Mr Gump down to the good by shake... love all of these. and am soooooo jealous.
Love that little paw holding your hand as he grabs a snack. Wonderful pictures Andrew.
They know how far they can go, if you are that sort of person that gives them a treat, whatever you can't do at home.
HI Andrew...you are to funny ...and I bet you can't say that the way Forrest does either ; }!Real cute post ...must be a thrill to feed them like that...did you get pooped on ? lol!!Loved it !! Gracexx
Awesome photos, looks like you had a fun day hand feeding the local wildlife.
Hope they didn't follow you home. Mum said to say she really likes the title of this blog. From Findlay
Don't let the word out that you feed Squirrels or your garden will be overrun with them! Great story though.
These little guys are so cute. I have never been brave enough to hand feed a squirrel.
What a Beautiful photos. I,d like doing the photographies in this way for my paintings. Congratulations
great series; you sure did make friends with the squirrel
Great shots- I wouldn't want them buggers to follow me home either!
Nicer when they're eating somebody else's plantings!
Great shots! And what fun. :-)Funny, just last night I was sorting through old film photographs and came across one of me kneeling down feeding a squirrel a cracker at a park near the coast. This particular park is inundated with squirrel activity, and they're fed often by visitors so are unafraid of anyone.There is also a state park local to us where a lot of squirrels reside. Those are a bit more forward. They'll come out of their dens and onto the biking/hiking trail, following people while in search of a treat. Last summer, one squirrel jumped up on the front end of my husbands bike. I kid you not. lol
It looks like a great time Andrew. When I was a kid, a friends dad raised a baby squirrel and taught it ti take nuts out of his shirt pocket. They are cute little rodents.
Just so the squirrel doesn`t tell his friends how giving you are with the treats,great pictures,I`ve never seen a squirrel that tame,phyllis
What a wonderful post to come home to after a loooong day at work! Thank you Andrew for the much needed laugh, you are quite the Dr. Doolittle. Note: Once you befrind a squirrel with food, it can get pretty expensive to keep them fed... and they will expect you to feed them!!Good luck if you try it with your garden squirrel. :) xoxo
Excellent post Andrew, I hope that they didn't all follow you home?..lol.And of course your welcome, any time, to come to my garden and do your pied piper act on 'my' squirrels!...[;o)
You've made my day! The last photo is terrific:)
Hi there - I know that they are a pest (I'm surprise they were not introduced here!) but they still do have a certain charm!Thanks for linking to WBW - Stewart M - Australia
Great shots Andrew!! We came across some very tame squirrels in St James Park as we were walking along Birdcage Walk after the "Changing of the guards". They were quite comical!!
What sweet pictures of this little squirrel! My daughter loves squirrels - she would love this :)
Hi Andrew!!!.. I love squirrel.. So cute.. Greetings from Spain.
They are a real pain in my garden on the feeders, but cant help adoring them as they are so cute.
Fantastic ... these are amazing images, Andrew.
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