Photos from Florida's Capital City (and occasionally a few from other interesting places I have been fortunate enough to visit in my travels!)
Looks like a ghost. I've never seen one or knew they even were around.
Squirrels don't pose too well on the ground.
This squirrel is so sweet! Great shot Lois, thanks for sharing!Léia
Wow! Here we have the normal gray squirrels and the less-common black squirrels. But I've never seen a white squirrel. Neat. :)
The only other place I've heard of white squirrels in in Kenton, Tennessee. Good capture.
I've never seen a white squirrel before Lois, what a great catch. Good thing you had the camera at the ready.
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What a great sight. That's a first for me too.
What a beautiful critter he is!
A white squirrel, that's new for me! Very nice shot Lois.
I had never seen a white squirrel. Do you call them albino squirrels? Have a nice Wednesday, Lois. Sorry for not visiting your blog more often....
I have never seen one of these!
What? I've not seen a white squirrel, ever! That's amazing. Are they all over Tallahassee?We have fox squirrels and I thought they were kinda squirrely!
I wonder if that's the same one that was there when I was a little girl, lol.
They are not all over Tallahassee Jacob. I've only ever seen them out at the Tallahassee Museum. Marie, they are not albino squirrels, although many people think they are. Bergson, I'm not sure they are any messier than regular squirrels, just prettier!
They must be rare. Like most of your commenters, I've never seen one either. It's most attractive.
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is it an albino?
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