Flying Squirrel!!!

OK…. You got me. This post isn’t really about a “Flying Squirrel” (Glaucomys volans). We do have one species of a flying squirrel in Kansas, just not in this area. So I have to be content with photographing the common Eastern Fox Squirrel that I’ve seen every day for YEARS.

This squirrel didn’t see me hiding under some cedar trees at the edge of our property, while he was running with an assortment of leaves and twigs in his mouth across the neighbors backyard. He was running pretty fast too, but I still got some cool pictures of him in stride, kicking up snow behind him as he ‘flew’ across the snow.

A "Flying" squirrel

A “Flying” squirrel

Here are a few more pictures of that squirrel:

On a mission!

On a mission!

On a mission!

On a mission!

On a mission!

On a mission!

On a mission!

On a mission!

This is when he saw me!

This is when he saw me!


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About Wyatt VanDePol

Son, Brother, Nikon photographer, Beekeeper, Pianist, Artist, Coffee lover, Good book lover, Cross Country runner, and WordPress blogger.

2 responses to “Flying Squirrel!!!”

  1. Bella Remy Photography says :

    Fantastic captures showing this squirrel in action. Love it!

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