Monday, 30 April 2007

A squirrel at the Botanic Gardens in Edinburgh April 2007








17 comments:

Britt-Arnhild said...

What a cute squirrel ;-)

A wildlife gardener said...

He just seemed to pose there for me as I spoke to him!

Britt-Arnhild said...

How cute.

We have a couple of squirrels visiting our garden every day.

A wildlife gardener said...

Lucky you! I know they can be a pest, but I'd feed them if they came to me!

Ruth Welter said...

Just beautiful...the squirrel is cute. Normally squirrels kind of give me the creeps but this little guy looks cute.

A wildlife gardener said...

I just love when the wild creatures manage to survive in spite of mankind's interference. I love them all!

Sheila said...

I forgot you have other blogs, and I had been checking back for new posts and not coming here..!
I love rhodos, they grew almost wild in the lane where I lived as a child, I was always enamoured of them...
hugs
xx

A wildlife gardener said...

Hello, Sheila! I love the rhoddies too, so exotic looking, coming from China originally. Their blossoms always make me think of the cheerleaders pompoms. Thanks for visiting.

Dawn said...

You have beautiful flower photos. And your squirrel is adorable.

The neighborhood squirrels visit my bird feeders so often they are getting positively fat! I love to watch their antics. Wildlife makes a garden all the more interesting.

:-)
Dawn

A wildlife gardener said...

I agree entirely with you, Dawn, for wildlife is my raison d'etre for creating my garden.

KMF said...

very nice photos i like it

A wildlife gardener said...

Hello again, kmf. Thank you for revisiting my blog and for your kind words.

luckyzmom said...

I must come back and totally investigate your blogs when I have more time.

A wildlife gardener said...

Welcome, luckyzmom. Thanks for visiting. Come back soon.

Naturegirl said...

Stunning photos particulary the 3rd one down!! The pink centre in the flower!!!! hugs NG

A wildlife gardener said...

Hello again, Nature Girl, welcome! They are very pretty, aren't they?

Becky said...

That squirrel is welcome in my yard, if he or she won't eat all the flowers.