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Oct 12, 2007 12:35 |  #1

Spotted this young lady stealing nuts off my shed.


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Oct 12, 2007 12:54 |  #2

Great pic. Looks like she has a family to feed :lol:


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Oct 12, 2007 13:19 as a reply to  @ scrumpy's post |  #3

get a gun and shoot it
at least then our reds will stand more of a chance especially since one of the last strongholds in england is on merseyside


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Oct 12, 2007 13:27 |  #4

that's a very sharp squirrel you've got there.

not sure what you're speaking of steunited


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Oct 12, 2007 13:34 |  #5

Good looking little bugger... nice shot...steve


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Oct 12, 2007 15:44 |  #6

I think what steunited is talking about is:

http://www.redsquirrel​.org.uk/ (external link)

The red squirrel is a threatened species in the UK now due to the strength of the American Grey Squirrel on those shores. I lived in Scotland for most of my life and true enough the Grey is far more abundant than the smaller Red.

On topic, nice picture superreds (Ironic name on this subject).


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Oct 12, 2007 15:49 |  #7

shadow1690 wrote in post #4113074 (external link)
I think what steunited is talking about is:

http://www.redsquirrel​.org.uk/ (external link)

The red squirrel is a threatened species in the UK now due to the strength of the American Grey Squirrel on those shores. I lived in Scotland for most of my life and true enough the Grey is far more abundant than the smaller Red.

On topic, nice picture superreds (Ironic name on this subject).

roger that, the squirrels in Germany are red too. There's not that many of them here either.


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