Wednesday, February 26, 2014

Busted!



    Caught red-handed! (Or gray-pawed maybe?)

 
 
 The day after I rehung the birdfeeders, this guy was back at itThe squirrels have their own feeder with ears of corn to chew on, too, and this is the thanks I get! 

  If the feeders come down again, nobody gets seeds until some of this snow melts away.  There's no way to set up the ladder.  

Another round of snow coming tonight.  Sigh . . . .

  

7 comments:

  1. Ours are real hungry too, I think it must be breeding season or something... More snow, lucky you...we have gale force winds today, if the winds come your way with snow you will have a blizzard:(

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  2. That squirrel looks plenty fat from your bounty! We are having a "warming trend" a little above freezing, but I think more snow is on the way.

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  3. I don't know a great deal about squirrels apart from what they eat, and they look cute :)

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  4. I'm convinced that squirrels are the smartest, most tenacious creatures around!

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  5. Squirrels..they can be pests as you are finding out. I grew a few ears of corn annually until last year. The squirrels would visit during the summer; or at least one regular squirrel but they haven't been around for awhile. I didn't mind the visitor because there was plenty of other seed for the birds but too many birds too is not good for those plants I was to eat :-)

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  6. Darn squirrels! :) They want their food and the bird's too! I am convinced there is no way to out smart a squirrel!

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