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    We have different varieties of dragonflies in Michigan, though haven't seen a lot of the "lighter" versions lately. Don't know where they all are...they are just stunning, greenish-blue hues to them. Just too cool!

    Hey now...I think the Canadian Squirrels have one up on the Michigan Squirrels!

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    Quote Originally Posted by skimonkey View Post
    We have different varieties of dragonflies in Michigan, though haven't seen a lot of the "lighter" versions lately. Don't know where they all are...they are just stunning, greenish-blue hues to them. Just too cool!

    Hey now...I think the Canadian Squirrels have one up on the Michigan Squirrels!
    We'll have to have a competition between the Michigan and Canadian squirrels. We can call it the Acorn Bowl.
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    Quote Originally Posted by scifan57 View Post
    We'll have to have a competition between the Michigan and Canadian squirrels. We can call it the Acorn Bowl.
    That'd be great--it can be held on the Fall...maybe during Octoberfest



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    Quote Originally Posted by skimonkey View Post
    We have different varieties of dragonflies in Michigan, though haven't seen a lot of the "lighter" versions lately. Don't know where they all are...they are just stunning, greenish-blue hues to them. Just too cool!

    Hey now...I think the Canadian Squirrels have one up on the Michigan Squirrels!
    They have for sure. Many Canadian squirrels are larger.


    But then Michigan makes cars that squirrels love to drive!

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    We haven't seen squirrels for a few days.

    However, our blackbird was measuring up a shrub which we had moved from a container to this flower bed. You could see him surveying the shrub before he flew up into it and spent some time moving around the branches etc.


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    A few more dragonflies



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    I was wondering why the spruce cones were sparkling in the sunshine. Then I took pictures


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    Quote Originally Posted by J. A. View Post
    A few more dragonflies







    I was wondering why the spruce cones were sparkling in the sunshine. Then I took pictures


    Marvelous photos Johanna. Just so nice to see you all enjoying your summer "up there"
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    It must be a magnificent view from the top of the tree.



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    A squirrel accomplishment. (Please forgive fuzzy pictures.)

    Where is he?

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    There he is.

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    It took him about 3 weeks and many falls to find the branch that was strong enough to allow him to get close enough jump in.

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    This is my new bird feeding area.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Czevski View Post
    A squirrel accomplishment. (Please forgive fuzzy pictures.)

    Where is he?

    <img src="http://www.ipadforums.net/attachment.php?attachmentid=44452"/>

    There he is.

    <img src="http://www.ipadforums.net/attachment.php?attachmentid=44453"/>

    It took him about 3 weeks and many falls to find the branch that was strong enough to allow him to get close enough jump in.

    <img src="http://www.ipadforums.net/attachment.php?attachmentid=44454"/>

    This is my new bird feeding area.
    They will figure out anything Czevski. Try this: take a plastic cap off an aerosol can and poke a couple of holes in the side to attach some string. Hang the cap from a tree branch by the string and put some peanuts (in the shell) in the cap. I guarantee you that it will not take long for a squirrel to come along, hang by it's back legs, hoist the cap up by the string and grab a peanut. I would post a picture of this but moved to a new house which has no mature trees. 8)

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