Backyard Wildlife in Sudbury
November 23, 2013
Peg Espinola photographed gray squirrels, a northern flicker and turkeys in her Sudbury back yard.
Gray Squirrel in Framingham
October 13, 2013
Bob Hoefer photographed this black colored gray squirrel in Framingham.
Wildlife at SVT's Memorial Forest in Sudbury
September 13, 2012
Craig Smith photographed the following at SVT's General Federation of Women's Clubs of Massachusetts Memorial Forest in Sudbury: black-capped chickadee, common whitetail dragonfly, gray squirrel, mourning doves, red squirrel, and a thread-waisted wasp.
Gray Squirrels in Sudbury
September 7, 2012
Dawn Dentzer used her automatically triggered wildlife camera to photograph three young gray squirrels exploring the area around their nest in Sudbury.
Gray Squirrel in Sudbury
July 10, 2012
Dawn Dentzer used her automatically triggered wildlife camera to photograph this gray squirrel in Sudbury.
Red Fox with Gray Squirrel in Ashland
June 8, 2012
Dawn Puliafico photographed this red fox with its prey, a gray squirrel, at Wildwood Cemetery in Ashland.
Backyard Wildlife in Stow
May 14, 2012
Steve from Stow photographed the following in his backyard: Baltimore oriole, ruby-throated hummingbird, yellow warbler, gray squirrel, mourning dove, northern cardinal, rose-breasted grosbeak, red-bellied woodpecker.
Wildlife at SVT's Greenways Conservation Area in Wayland
April 13, 2012
Craig Smith photographed the following at SVT's Greenways Conservation Area in Wayland: American kestrel, brown-headed cowbird, eastern bluebird, gray squirrel, mourning doves, northern flicker, tufted titmouse, and a pair of wood ducks.
Melanistic Gray Squirrel in Lincoln
December 13, 2011
Ron McAdow photographed this black variation of a gray squirrel in Lincoln.
Bees and birdfeeders in Stow
December 6, 2011
Mark Roberts photographed a swarm of honey bees at his birdfeeder in Stow. After some research online, he found that bees will occasionally feed at birdfeeders not for the corn but for the pollen in the dust. He said the swarm knocks a good amount of the seed onto the ground, which makes the gray squirrels quite happy.