December 31 2009

Fox Squirrels in the Trees

Foggy Morning Surprise

5938.jpg Foggy Morning and look who is in the trees.  Early Morning visitor to the feeder


8 Responses to “Fox Squirrels in the Trees”

  1. Charles says:

    Woo who the Bubba wanna be is back.

  2. Z from Chicago says:

    Happy New Year!!

  3. CCMike says:

    I saw a story on this city Bob and thought of you, I think it might be someplce you’ll want to add to your list of places to visit


  4. Z from Chicago says:

    Mike, after checking your site I decided to have a look to see if there are other places as I’d heard there was a town in Tennessee that had them.

    There are also white squirrels in Marionville, Missouri
    and here’s an article about the ones in Kenton, Tennessee

    From what I’ve read, they vye for tourists. The towns, not the squirrels. I don’t think the squirrels care. 🙂

    And it seems there are even more places! Florida, North Carolina …

    With so many places, Bob has no excuse not to pass through one of these towns and to take a few pictures.

  5. Charles says:

    After looking at this squirrel picture again you know it kinda looks like the squirrel that Ray Stevens sings about in his song:Mississippi Squirrel Revival.tehe odds are not everyone in here is old enough to remember that song but Bob and myself is old enough to remember the song.

  6. lifesadance13 says:

    i miss bubba

  7. I thought that fox squirrels had black rings around their eyes similar to a raccoon, but smaller and more squirrel like.

  8. Databrokers says:


    This is what’s called a Fox Squirrel throughout most of North America. There is several species of squirrels but I have never heard of one with black rings like a raccoon.

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