These are some images from a set way back in Fall of 2012 and January of 2013. Yeah ... its been a while. When I first went through these images I did not ID all of the squirrels correctly. I wasn't paying enough attention and let that be a lesson to all of you out there. You might have something more interesting than you think you do.
In these two sets I got three different species of squirrel. The native Western Gray Squirrel, Sciurus griseus, and two invaders from the other side of the Rockies, the Eastern Gray (Sciurus carolinensis) and Fox (Sciurus niger) squirrels. At first I dismissed the Westerns as Easterns because of the bit of brown on the shoulders. It fooled me and Randomtruth, pointed out the error in my ways.
|Fox Squirrel posing|
|Fox Squirrel exploring|
|Western Gray Squirrel found a nut|
|Western Gray Squirrel hiding its nut|
And now for something completely different ... more squirrels at an earlier set.
|Eastern Gray with nut|
|Eastern Gray hiding its nut|
|Western Gray found the Eastern's nut? Nom Nom Nom|
|Maybe there is another one down there|
|"Where the hell did my nut go? That damn local better not have stolen it!"|
|"Guess I'll just have to drink my sorrows away"|
|Glug, Glug, Glug|
So thanks again to RT for point out that "There's more to your squirrels"
And two (Fox and Western) new species on camera trap for me, just by looking at my images with a better eye.