Re: Killer Squirrel
Nah, my dog started the dirty deed, and I finished it 'cause I don't like to
see even evil bunnies suffer. I have no doubt that these squirrels would
off the bunnies and coyotes around here if they could just get organized.
So, do you think if I put out a roll or two of Tums every night I could rest
easier, knowing they won't be coming after *my* bones? :-)
BTW, here are a couple more scans. Ralf Schmode has been_very helpful in re
to Nikon scan settings, and I was able to salvage a couple of rock squirrel
shots. These are from less than 1/2 of a slide.
PS- Let me know what file size (maximum size) and format you want your
killersquirrel pix. :-)
scarysquirrel wrote in message
> I should add:
> many squirrels are omniverous, like rats. it's thought that squirrels
> so much interested in meat, but bone, for calcium and phosperhous (which
> why they raid bird nests for eggs and egg shell).
> calium/phosperous deficiency is a serious impairment in squirrels,
> especially the young. severe deficiency means death.
> so, your drooling nut-devil, Spermophilus beldingi(?), probably capped the
> cute little bunny for it's bones.