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Class of 2014

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Peter G Trimming 8:42pm, 17 November 2014
Following the squirrelpox outbreak, in June/July 2014, which claimed all of the adult squirrels, late summer/autumn revealed that some 6/7 young squirrels, born in the spring of 2014, had survived.
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Peter G Trimming Posted 4 years ago. Edited by Peter G Trimming (admin) 4 years ago
'Lucky', who lives at the eastern edge of Foresthow Wood. Sometimes seen in Nature Wood. First seen on 7th September.

Red Squirrel at Forest How
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Peter G Trimming Posted 4 years ago. Edited by Peter G Trimming (admin) 4 years ago
'Celia's Daughter'. First seen as a very young squirrel (no more than 8 weeks), and living to the north of Forest How, as did her mother.

'Celia's Daughter' - first sighting
'Celia's Daughter'
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Peter G Trimming 4 years ago
'Bill', from Foresthow Wood. First seen in early August. He has something of the appearance of 'Wounded Soldier', when viewed from a certain angle.

'Bill'
'Bill'
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Peter G Trimming 4 years ago
'Ben', from Foresthow Wood. Very similar in appearance to 'Bill', and first seen in early September. Front on, the ears of these two squirrels are slightly different.

'Ben'
'Ben'
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Peter G Trimming 4 years ago
'Belinda', from Foresthow Wood. Seen from mid September, and very quickly became the star performer.

'Belinda'
"Can you move it a little closer, please?"
Red Squirrel
'Belinda'
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Peter G Trimming Posted 3 years ago. Edited by Peter G Trimming (admin) 3 years ago
'Beatrix'. First seen in January 20215. Similar to 'Belle', but with a small blonde tip to her tail. Seen, here, with a scab on her nose.

'Beatrix'
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Peter G Trimming 3 years ago
'Bertie'. First seen in February 2015. Although fully grown, he took about 15 minutes to open a hazelnut, when other adult squirrels take about 15 seconds.

Introducing 'Bertie'
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Peter G Trimming 3 years ago
'Belle'. First seen in November 2014. The most uniform in colour of all the squirrels.

'Belinda' With Hazelnut
'Belle'
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