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« #15 : May 02, 2007, 09:02:25 AM »

I never saw an albino, I think.
Where we back onto the wooded hills on the edge of town there are dozens of greys but unfortunately no whites.But albino's have been reported in two publc parks in other parts of the town.
There is a place called Olney in Illinois USA which officially has the highest concentration worldwide of albino's and they worship them to such an extent that there are bye-laws to keep dogs AND cats on leases and if you run one over,you are in BIG,BIG trouble-even the police vehicles bear a squirrel logo. :)

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« #16 : May 02, 2007, 10:06:49 PM »

There is a place called Olney in Illinois USA which officially has the highest concentration worldwide of albino's and they worship them to such an extent that there are bye-laws to keep dogs AND cats on leases and if you run one over,you are in BIG,BIG trouble-even the police vehicles bear a squirrel logo. :)

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That must be bad for freedom loving cats. ;D



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« #17 : June 23, 2007, 07:10:43 AM »

There's a problem in the UK with red and grey squirrels - but not as bad as Red Alert make out and certainly not the fault of the greys.  Anyway I made a little video on You Tube about it.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LclxtJCzjUY
enjoy it and hopefull I've not made a typo and directed you all to a porn video!

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« #18 : June 23, 2007, 07:13:19 AM »

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That must be bad for freedom loving cats. ;D

Have you seen what damage cats do to wildlife?  Two websites come to mind A) mammals Trust Uk and B) http://www.greysquirrel.net/

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« #19 : June 23, 2007, 08:27:21 AM »

I have a dozen assorted bird feeders in my back yard and,
of course, squirrels will take advantage of the opportunity
for a free meal.
I have been  observing a fox squirrel with a horrific injury or skin lesion
on it's side, feeding on the sunflower seeds.
 He moves slower than the others and is definitely not
100%. I have been able to approach him and feed him shelled peanuts
on several occasions.
This morning I walked up slowly to the little guy and held open one hand
filled with peanuts. He slowly approached me, sniffed my hand and
proceeded to chomp down on my finger and held on for dear life.
I shook my arm violently and he finally let go. Well, I never realized
how sharp their teeth was until today. Damn!  >:(  That's the thanks I get.... ::)

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« #20 : June 23, 2007, 11:18:53 AM »

Have you seen what damage cats do to wildlife?  Two websites come to mind A) mammals Trust Uk and B) http://www.greysquirrel.net/

Well, not everybody has such a good cat as we do, that's right... at least I hope she's good. ::)


Geoman, that's exactly what our hamster (we used to have one) did to me once when my sisters told me to play with him. Of course, I was angry on my sisters. ;D



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« #21 : June 24, 2007, 04:00:08 AM »

II have been  observing a fox squirrel with a horrific injury or skin lesion
on it's side, feeding on the sunflower seeds.
 He moves slower than the others and is definitely not
100%. I have been able to approach him and feed him shelled peanuts
on several occasions.


Try this guy for advice - UK based but really nice and helpfull and knowledgable    http://www.squirrels.info/     follw the links to email him.  There's something called 'purple stuff' for horsed which you could spray on to the wound perhaps?  Let me know

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« #22 : June 25, 2007, 12:53:19 AM »

They are very cute...  :-*


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« #23 : June 25, 2007, 03:45:21 AM »

Yes, cute, and some of them even cudly...



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