Happy Easter Subrosa.It seems you have found a troll. Just ignore it.It will just go away as fast as it showed up.
Happy easter Admiral. I know who this person is that's trolling and have notified the relevant authorities. I've been advised to let him troll as the more times he defaces my blog the more evidence they will have.
I hate losers like that. Good job giving him the boot.
Hi, Subrosa. great pics. We only see greys down here. As for you having a troll, I have been known as a troll buster, let me know if I'm needed!
The pics were taken through glass Oldrightie and I'm not too good at 'doctoring' photos. But they're not too bad. The one of it having a drink won a prize in some international competition. The undergardener didn't even share it with me. Then again it was a book about birds and being one of them ...
Oh forgot to say Oldrightie, I may need your assistance so thank you. I've been informed by the professionals that I should allow this nutter to continue then they have more evidence but they are bringing me software within the next 48 hours which will pinpoint the ISP exactly.
Looks well fed. The squirrels here a skinny wee black things the wife insists on feeding peanuts.
Good Evening Subrosa.I seemed to have missed all the brouhaha; is the troll who I think it is?
Scunnert, are you squirrels hybrids of greys and reds? They're well fed here, far too well fed. The wild life gets more attention than I ever will :)
An a!rsehole calling himself Scottish Unionist Conan. Thinks he can push me off the blogging I'm sure. Shows the mentality of the man he picks on women. Feeble.
Eastern grey squirrels Sciurus carolinensis commonly occur in two colour phases, grey and black, which leads people to think—mistakenly—that there are two different species. Black is often the dominant colour in Ontario and Quebec, toward the northern limits of the species’ range. Farther south the black phase is less common and is not found at all in the southern United States. This may indicate that the gene responsible for black coloration has some cold-weather adaptation associated with it. Albino eastern grey squirrels also occur and in the United States a few small, completely white populations are found. There are rare instances of a reddish colour phase and some animals may also have a combination of colours, for example a black body with a red tail. These individuals should not be confused with the American red squirrel Tamiasciurus hudsonicus, which is common to Canada’s northern forests, nor with Douglas’s squirrel T. douglasii, found in British Columbia. Both of these are smaller animals with a rusty red colour on the body, head, and tail. tinyurl.com/dm3mpg
Thanks scunnert. There have been several articles recently about such mixes. Think national geographic did one too not so long ago.You'll know of course, we have grey squirrel controllers based in the borders. They are doing their utmost to stop greys coming north and destroying our red population.This wee area here is a red squirrel preservation site. I've no idea why they like the habitat and return every year but it's just a delight early in the mornings at this time of year to see them jumping around in the wee wood and nicking the bird food. They don't seem too hungry at present though because the bird feeders haven't been vandalised :)
Aye, it's who I thought it was subrosa; the same nutter who posts obscenities on the Scotsman.
I thought it was Conan. Someone from the Scotsman forums emailed me to say he's put umpteen posts on there too but they'd been deleted by the time I got there. Is it the person who goes under the name of Sam at times?Anyway will see what happens today if he tries his tricks.
Awwwww, they are SO CUTE! I leave water out for them too, but I don't have such a pretty fountain!I missed this, happy belated easter...hee hee.!
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