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    It is good to have goals and it is also good to try to reach those goals!

    Yes, the squirrel did have some success at pulling the feeder over and eating out of it. So, he did reach his goal, at least in my yard!

    I'm posting this shot because I miss having squirrels. I think too much construction action on a previously vacant field, and too much tree cutting in the neighborhood, has led to a drastic decline in the squirrels coming to dine at our bird feeders.

    I miss them but I don't blame them for not wanting to come anymore. It would be crazy to try and cross that field right now. The field was also home to pair of huge walnut trees that are no longer there.

    McGilvray-LIGHTNINGgirl, glenda.suebee, and 3 other people added this photo to their favorites.

    1. wards work 35 months ago | reply

      Very inspirational

    2. McGilvray-LIGHTNINGgirl 35 months ago | reply

      Gotta love this shot, great timing!
      Sad about the walnut trees being chopped down.

    3. glenda.suebee 35 months ago | reply

      great timing on this shot, and congrats for winning the ohiofoothills challenge!!

    4. DonaSite 35 months ago | reply

      That is quite a stretch!
      Fun photo!

    5. Nancy Harris 34 months ago | reply

      So cute---he's really on his tippy toes!!

    6. Deborah Platt 34 months ago | reply

      I love this shot, but I'm sorry that your neighborhood squirrles had to leave for a better habitat.

      If you'd like to see it, I have a Picasa slideshow of one of my backgard squirrels in action at this link.

    7. Dailyville 34 months ago | reply

      That's quite a stretch for the squirrel. Love those front legs.
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    8. Referenceace 34 months ago | reply

      What a great shot! I am also enjoying the series of bird photos you have been posting lately, too.

    9. Matt Kawashima 34 months ago | reply

      Haha this is so cool!

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