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    This squirrel must have got bored with the peanuts and decided to eat the tree instead
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    Aww, He seams to be enjoyig your tree.
    Lovely shots

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    Well better him chewing the tree than the cables in your loft.
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    Well noticed!

    Do you think he was gathering material for his drey?

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    Nice shots, and very unusual - squirrel shots can all get a bit 'samey' but this is different. I suppose if it turns out that what he collects is not quite what he want, that he was 'barking up the wrong tree'

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