Gray Squirrel

Wildlife at SVT's Greenways Conservation Area in Wayland

April 13, 2012

An American kestrel at SVT's Greenways Conservation Area in Wayland, photographed by Craig Smith.
A brown-headed cowbird at SVT's Greenways Conservation Area in Wayland, photographed by Craig Smith.
An eastern bluebird at SVT's Greenways Conservation Area in Wayland, photographed by Craig Smith.
A gray squirrel at SVT's Greenways Conservation Area in Wayland, photographed by Craig Smith.
Mourning doves at SVT's Greenways Conservation Area in Wayland, photographed by Craig Smith.
A northern flicker at SVT's Greenways Conservation Area in Wayland, photographed by Craig Smith.
A tufted titmouse at SVT's Greenways Conservation Area in Wayland, photographed by Craig Smith.
A wood duck at SVT's Greenways Conservation Area in Wayland, photographed by Craig Smith.
A wood duck at SVT's Greenways Conservation Area in Wayland, photographed by Craig Smith.
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

A melanistic gray squirrel in Lincoln, photographed by Ron McAdow.
Ron McAdow photographed this black variation of a gray squirrel in Lincoln.

Bees and birdfeeders in Stow

December 6, 2011

Honey bees at a birdfeeder in Stow, photographed by Mark Roberts.
A gray squirrel in Stow enjoys seeds knocked from a feeder by a swarm of bees, photographed by Mark Roberts.
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.

Raccoons and a Squirrel at SVT's Hamlen Woods in Wayland

April 13, 2011

A raccoon at SVT's Hamlen Woods in Wayland, photographed by Don Fye.
A raccoon at SVT's Hamlen Woods in Wayland, photographed by Don Fye.
A raccoon at SVT's Hamlen Woods in Wayland, photographed by Don Fye.
A gray squirrel at SVT's Hamlen Woods in Wayland, photographed by Don Fye.
Don Fye used his remote wildlife camera to photograph these raccoons and a gray squirrel at SVT's Hamlen Woods in Wayland.

Gray Squirrels in Hudson

May 25, 2011

A young gray squirrel at a nest box in Hudson, photographed by Russ Place.
An adult and young gray squirrel at a nest box in Hudson, photographed by Russ Place.
Russ Place photographed these gray squirrels at their nest box in Hudson.

Melanistic Gray Squirrel in Sudbury

February 14, 2011

A melanistic gray squirrel in Sudbury, photographed by Dawn Dentzer.
A melanistic gray squirrel in Sudbury, photographed by Dawn Dentzer.
Dawn Dentzer photographed this melanistic gray squirrel at her home in Sudbury.  A brief description of the characteristic found in some gray squirrels, and many other species, can be found on Mass Audubon's site

Red-tailed hawk with prey in Framingham

February 10, 2011

A red-tailed hawk with a gray squirrel in Framingham, photographed by Jim Stockless.
Jim Stockless photographed this red-tailed hawk that had just caught a gray squirrel, off of Central Street in Framingham.

Wildlife at SVT's Memorial Forest

June 25, 2010

Craig Smith recorded video of several species during a visit to SVT's General Federation of Women's Clubs of Massachusetts Memorial Forest in Sudbury.  Included in the video are:  gray squirrel, American bullfrog, red-winged blackbird, ebony jewelwing damselfly, common whitetail dragonfly, great crested flycatcher, and gray catbird.
 

Gray Squirrel

November 8, 2008

Gray Squirrel
Anne Dykiel photographed this gray squirrel in Acton.

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