Wednesday, October 7, 2009

Pecans are Ripening

I'll be collecting pecans around my neighborhood for the squirrels.

19 comments:

squirrelmama said...

I think pecans must be the absolute favorite of the squirrels (some squirrels anyway), they treat it like candy!

squirrelmama said...

How are the squirrels doing in Texas during this holiday season, squirrelman??

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Nicole Clark Morgan said...

How exciting, wild pecans! There's nothing where I live to "gather" for the squirrels, just things to buy. (Well, there are acorns in the parks I suppose, but as I drop their food in the parks anyway, there's no point in collecting what's already there.) Where do you put your pecans?

Also I want to say how much I appreciate your blog. I love squirrels too. We have much squirrel activity out my kitchen window and many in a nearby park. I love looking out for colour variations. We have a community of albino squirrels in another park that I used to live by. In my local park now the grey squirrels dominate but many of them are quite brown!

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squirrelmama said...

Hope all is well in squirrel land.

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