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Please don't spit your gum on the floor! They are bad for wildlife. This photo is of a squirrel eating gum off the floor in Zion National Park located in Utah, USA.
Ironically I tell you not to spit your gum on the floor, but here is me feeding a squirrel a cracker in Fremont Central Park in Fremont, CA. LOL While you are not supposed to feed the wildlife, everyone does it at Fremont Central Park so... Some of these squirrels are so tame, I actually got to pet one before.
A photo of a squirrel taking a nap on a tree on Arroyo Del Valle Trail in Pleasanton, CA.
Cool, a camera! Another photo of a squirrel on a tree on Arroyo Del Valle Trail in Pleasanton, CA.
A squirrel eating a walnut (lots of walnut trees on the trail) on Arroyo Del Valle Trail in Pleasanton, CA.
It's a boy! One of my best squirrel photos ever also shot on Arroyo Del Valle Trail in Pleasanton, CA.
The blog post where this photo was first posted is here. For more "interesting" animal photos, you can view them here.
A photo of a squirrel at Point Lobos State Reserve in Carmel, CA.
Same squirrel as the one above, he started begging me for food (literally) so I gave it a small piece of Japanese cracker. So cute!
Still the same squirrel as the one above. Interestingly, after it finished the Japanese cracker, the squirrel spat out an almond and started eating it. Little critter had food all along. LOL
A squirrel peeking out from its burrow in Yosemite Village in Yosemite National Park. I saw this squirrel scramble back into its burrow, so I decided to wait with my camera pointed at the entrance. Sure enough, 1 minute later, my work paid off and this little critter decided to take a peek outside.
A chipmunk is a type of squirrel. This is a photo of a chipmunk eating some flowers near Glacier Point in Yosemite National Park.
A photo of 2 squirrels near the Vernal Fall Foot Bridge in Yosemite National Park.
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