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Strange colour...

saxonaxe

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Just occasionally over the past few days I have seen a Ginger Squirrel...Ok, now settle down those who know Cockney rhyming slang, I don't mean 'Hello Sailor' ginger, I mean ginger(ish) in colour....:lol: I wonder if it's got something to do with coat change/molting and the very mild weather here so far this winter?
I shall try to get a photo the next time he raids the bird feeders...
 

saxonaxe

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You had me going there Willie, I thought you were going to produce a Ginger Squirrel when you opened that Bergan...:lol:

That's a good piece of kit, looks well made and versatile too. I like the mesh pockets under the side pockets, good idea. :thumbsup:
 

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You had me going there Willie, I thought you were going to produce a Ginger Squirrel when you opened that Bergan...:lol:

That's a good piece of kit, looks well made and versatile too. I like the mesh pockets under the side pockets, good idea. :thumbsup:
Hi Sax.

Yes.....bit of an oooooops moment there :whistle: :rofl:
 

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I am completely baffled now.....o_O and wondering if someone fiddling in the 'Green Box'I mentioned earlier has banjoed my Internet connection..

I posted about a Ginger Squirrel....I then saw a reply from Willie showing a Bergan video...hence my response...( copied below)

"You had me going there Willie, I thought you were going to produce a Ginger Squirrel when you opened that Bergan...:lol:"

Thanks Willie, the video about Squirrels in your reply explains the Ginger one around here. It seems that he has, must be about 70% brown in his coat making him look most unusual...:thumbsup:

Ha! It's you, you bugger...:rofl: I thought the 'ol boy was cracking up at first....It was either me or the 'Green Box' that had gone loopy....:lol: :lol:
 

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Sorry Sax :rolleyes:

I added a previous link I was using which is where the confusion came in.......you are perfectly sane mate....my fault 🤭🤭:rofl:
 

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Common American ‘grey’ squirrels can be any shade from almost black to white with russet brown not uncommon .

tufted red squirrels can also vary from the traditional deep red to deep greys and pretty much any shade in between.

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".you are perfectly sane mate "

Oooh ! I will treasure that remark...Thanks Willie. The next time one of my old oppos give me a hard time about my diminishing grey matter, I'll show it to him...:lol:
 

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Arrgh! Drat... Dreams shattered...Thought I had proof of normality for a minute there...Need my anti depressants now...2 white tablets and a red I think..or was it 2 reds and a white..wibble wibble... :rofl:
 
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