The Pokeberry Quilt

The Pokeberry Quilt

Tuesday, May 27, 2014

A Day in the Life...

 
 
 I'm listening at the back door, think I hear her coming with seed.
 
 
Yep, sunflower seed, my favorite.


 
She feeds me separate from the other critters, feeling pretty special.


Yikes, she caught me eating with my mouth open.
 

 
Feeling full.


Time to take a dust bath.  It's fun.
 

 
And it feels good.

 
Time to take a look around the neighborhood.

 
Looks fine, did see an awful snake yesterday.  I hid.

 
Fresh greens, another favorite.
 
 
I'm eating something I don't recognize.  I am a Golden Mantled Ground Squirrel, this is what I do.

14 comments:

  1. Thank you for sharing a moment in the life of this lovely golden mantled ground squirrel

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  2. (wasn't finished yet with my comment) he pictures are very good Nancy

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  3. Always enjoy your nature shots..
    Thanks, Maggey

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  4. At first I thought it was a really big chipmunk, then I noticed the rest of the body, lol. Beautiful markings.

    Debbie

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  5. wonderful Nancy...photos and story...thanks

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  6. He is so cute and I think you've spoiled him!!! I love your pictures of your furry friends.

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  7. Spoiled Squirrel :O).. Don't blame you a bit. What a cute little fella!

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  8. So sweet!
    Blessings, Patti

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  9. look at those cheeks! grin!
    those are the fastest little kids in the woods!
    wonderful photos!

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  10. This cutie really brings a smile to my face! You are a great photographer!!!

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  11. Too cute! Lovely story! Those cheeks!

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  12. I love summer and all the little critters! Hope all is well i need to catch up with you! Enjoy your day Nancy!

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  13. Hi Nancy your squirrels are cuter then our ground squirrels! I have one that hangs out on my fence. Love your pictures and stories

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  14. How did you manage to take such awesome photographs, Nancy? They're fabulous. And I love your narration.

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