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Squirrel at Lower Sherman Park in Sioux Falls, South Dakota. 12/30/12
squirrel, tree, winter, snow, nut, prairie, dakota, sioux
Amateur photographer with a deep passion for shooting sunsets and prairie life on the Great Plains of South Dakota
Great shot! I love to watch their antics. They are sooo cute.
lol – You would have loved watching this guy, Sheryl. He was chewing on that nut like crazy! Love the 30x zoom lens on my new camera! Its puts me right up close without scaring animals away.
– Greg Belfrage
In Illinois, I used to have lots of bird and squirrel feeders. I had such a huge variety of birds. I was able to take a few pics of them, but I really need to invest in the proper lens for it. New lens are on my wishlist. lol ps. though, there are very few birds here and even fewer squirrels. I have only seen a handful in all of 6 months.
Yes, but I’m sure you’ve discovered wonderful photo opportunities there that you wouldn’t have found in Illinois. Bird feeders! That’s a great idea! You’ve talked me into it! ;)
HaHa! I especially liked attracting woodpeckers. I love their bright red and they come in so many different sizes. You need suet for them. Its their favorite.
The Big Sioux River is very near to my home (one reason you see the river and bridges in so many of my photos). Woodpeckers are very common along the river, but I could never get close enough with my old camera to photograph them. Hopefully, that will change with my new camera.