January 20, 2018

Dynamic Duos

Today's critter pictures are from my backyard, starting with one in black and white. 




These birds may be wondering who ate all the bird seed.

The geese don't bother the bird feeders, so we can't blame them.

Hmm... do you see the squirrel hanging upside down?

They try to look innocent but they don't fool me!

16 comments:

  1. Beautiful photos! Your squirrels are cute in black and white as well as in colour.

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  2. Hello!:) Cute critters, all of them, but your squirrels are just adorable. I know they hog the feeders, but they have to eat as well, and watching their antics is fun. Love your last capture of them, looking like butter wouldn't melt in their mouths.:=)

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  3. oh, but 'innocence' is so darned cute!

    Love your bird photos today Linda.

    And, I want to convey my thanks to you for sharing this post with all of us birders from I'd Rather B Birdin' this week!!!

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  4. Hello, your squirrel photos are so cute. I love the goldfinch and Junco together. The geese would probably eat droppings from the feeders. Thank you for linking up and sharing your post. I appreciate your visit and comment! Happy Sunday, enjoy your day and new week ahead!

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  5. Linda, you have such beautiful little visitors.

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  6. Love the squirrels in that last pic. Perfectly posed. Awesome bird shots, as well.

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  7. Those two squirrels are so cute!
    They raid the bird feeders here, too

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  8. Squirrels are quite the acrobats. They're so devious, but so cute.

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  9. I have corn feeders to divert the squirrels, but feed them lots

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  10. It's pretty near impossible to outwit those wily squirrels. Sweet birds -- and I would bet good money that a certain blogger went out and refilled those feeders for them!!

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  11. cute critters!! i LOVE the junco's, they look so pretty in the snow!!

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  12. Six fabulous photographs, just love the squirrels.

    All the best Jan

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  13. Cute captures! Those squirrels are fun to watch, but they are up to shenanigans. :)

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