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charliedub

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JUNPonline

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GFouquet

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TpaBayWS

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JUNPonline
Look like large guinea pigs, about 50-50cm long
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JUNPonline
Was foraging in the open area and then ran up into the tree.
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TpaBayWS
They were foraging on S side of Dunn Dr in open area.
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TpaBayWS
Observed foraging and then ran up into a tree.
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TpaBayWS

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JUNPonline

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JUNPonline

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Jacy Lucier
This squirrel acts and sounds like a red squirrel but it is completely black... perhaps the first known melanistic red squirrel sighting in Ontario.
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Jim Roebuck
First seen this squirrel sitting on the edge of the bike path in the forest and when we came closer, he scurried up the tree.
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Zebscountry
Hard to tell the difference from a beaver but it was much smaller, looked like a narrow tail,there were no felled trees or beaver dam and it dissappeared into the muddy pond bank.
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JUNPonline
At times I have seen 3 or 4 black sqiurrels here and today when I got closer for a better picture, they scurried from tree to tree following a grey squirrel who was building a nest in a corner tree.
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Zebscountry
This picture was taken last November, but I have  seen the groundhog a few times in the last couple weeks after reemerging from hibernation.
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Biology 1060
We have several that are regular visitors to the bird feeders
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aptk_2000
This mouse was chased up a tree by a cat, it was about 20ft high on the tip of a slender branch for this photo.
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JUNPonline
comon on mid canopy, eat cacao bean on forest edge
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montecristo