"WOW, that's the biggest thing I've ever seen."
you sure I can do this?"
He was a little apprehensive at first, but before long he was up in the
canopy looking down at us some 50 feet below. He spent most of the
day exploring the hundreds of branches and old abandoned squirrel nests,
as well as one very active nest (probably the very nest he fell out of just
three months ago).
Fortunately, nobody was home at the time.
After another hard day of exploring, one very tired squirrel joined us
back on the porch for dinner.
The next step was to move his nesting box from the release
cage to the oak tree. He came down from the upper branches to see what
was going on and was crawling all over me and the house while I was at the
top of the ladder installing it.
He thanked us and as darkness fell, he went inside and turned out the
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