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    More tree rat.

    C&C always welcome.

    More tree rat.

    More tree rat.

    More tree rat.

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    Re: More tree rat.

    Nice shots Paul...very sharp, and the squirrel looks like he was having fun posing for you...

    In many parts of the world (and even a few spots in WA) that "tree rat" would be better
    known as "dinner"...More tree rat.

    Not sure that would be a good idea though, as he looks like an older buck that's been
    fighting with other males (note the chewed on ears).

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    Re: More tree rat.

    Thanks Mike, too bad there is no season on them here as they are a tastey treat!

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    Re: More tree rat.

    Seems to know how to feed well.

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    Re: More tree rat.

    Yeah Bobo, he's definately not starving.

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    Re: More tree rat.

    Good shots Paul, I like #2, light in the eye, good colour and sharp. What I do like about animals in trees is the contrast of the soft fur with the rough bark. Although there is nothing soft looking in the character of this one, appears like a right bruiser who loves his pies.

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    Great work Paul. Tack sharp and full of detail.

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