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 Post subject: Re: Autumn in Finland
PostPosted: December 11th, 2009, 11:53 pm 
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Jo UK wrote:
Olga, thank you for our forum squirrels. I love to see these well fed furries, so close and clear!
Thanks, Jo! I don't know where to put these photos I just can't help of taking if not here. I don't know why on earth i did not put one feeder close to the window in the earlier years, - maybe I feared that the birds don't like to come to eat so close to humans. That is not any problem. I'll do one feeder more for birds further from the window, in the apple tree. Squirrels are sometimes harmfull for birds, I know, but they have their place in the nature, without question - but perhaps not now in winter time they are not danger for birds, if I give food for both - not too much!! :rolleyes:

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 Post subject: Re: Autumn in Finland
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Olga wrote:
Jo UK wrote:
Olga, thank you for our forum squirrels. I love to see these well fed furries, so close and clear!
Thanks, Jo! I don't know where to put these photos I just can't help of taking if not here. I don't know why on earth i did not put one feeder close to the window in the earlier years, - maybe I feared that the birds don't like to come to eat so close to humans. That is not any problem. I'll do one feeder more for birds further from the window, in the apple tree. Squirrels are sometimes harmfull for birds, I know, but they have their place in the nature, without question - but perhaps not now in winter time they are not danger for birds, if I give food for both - not too much!! :rolleyes:

You could start a winter in Finland thread :laugh:
Keep taking and posting the pictures -- I think you have the cutest squirrels ever!


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 Post subject: Re: Autumn in Finland
PostPosted: December 12th, 2009, 3:39 am 
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Yes,like Alice I too would like to see more squirrel/birds in your garden Olga. :nod:
maybe we can even begin to tell who is who ? :thumbs:

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 Post subject: Re: Autumn in Finland
PostPosted: December 12th, 2009, 5:04 pm 
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12th December. Squirrel of the day :thumbs:

:shock: ..edit: I tryed five times to rezise the first picture, but it does not change! :shock: Not even a copy of it didn't change..I can't understand.. :puzzled:

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 Post subject: Re: Autumn in Finland
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Alice, i am with you 100% :D
not one day without a cute Finnish squirrel!
that would be a perfect scenery for a webcam :whistling: , look at the landscape, these trees and even a slight chance to see some nice Finnish Lapdogs( was this the breed Olga?)!

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 Post subject: Re: Autumn in Finland
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I made a Winter in Finland topic for OUR squirrels, and anything else that turns up from Finland!

viewtopic.php?f=30&t=166

Olga, do you want to put some of the December pics there? Not all, of course, Maybe the last 2 days?


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 Post subject: Re: Autumn in Finland
PostPosted: December 13th, 2009, 11:09 pm 
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Oh, just now I noticed that I could have put more pictures of the last days there on the new Squirrel Thread. I can do it later also??.. Why not. I could make a short 'history' and make a note 'History-pictures on those pics. I have also some pictures which I have not yet put anywhere. I was a bit unsure that I had stolen the whole topic.. :mrgreen: ..('too much Squirrels on the thread for a Finnish season Topic'.)

I'll do it when I have more time. I may happen that Squirrels do not com each day to this feeder. There are also other feeders around the house. Some of them are only for birds (hanging in the air).

I wish that now that Squirrels have their own thread also other members from Finland put their photos here! There is much to see in the nature of the Finnish seasons, also in the winter time!! Please. :2thumbsup:

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 Post subject: Re: Autumn in Finland
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Olga, please don't worry about "stealing the topic" Anyone else can post here, and anyone else can have a new thread, too. There is room for all, including out squirrels! :laugh:


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