Squirrel Comics

Justin Boyd draws this great webcomic called invisible bread. Perhaps you’ve seen it?

Many of them feature squirrels, because as Justin says: “Squirrels are the best =)”.

Apparently Squirrels live Outside—who knew?

They also have a poor understanding of gift giving because they are just squirrels.

Moar!

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Squirrel tunnelling in the snow

This little red squirrel is creating his own subway system.

It’s cute to watch him pop up in a different place each time.

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A chipmunk at dawn

I put some sunflower seeds on a stone wall near some bird feeders to see if I could attract some of the local chipmunks.

They allowed me to snap these pictures as they gathered the seeds and brought them back to their burrows to store them for the winter.

They also seemed to enjoy sunning themselves on this chilly fall morning.

Chipmunk warming itself in the sun at dawn.

Cheek pouches full of sunflower seeds.

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Our cutest squirrel picture yet?

Our site was the victim of a DOS attack and was knocked offline for a couple of days.

Apparently somebody in Nigeria really hates squirrels.

But don’t worry, just like squirrels, our server has been around since the Oligocene and isn’t going anywhere.

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Whistler was named after a Marmot

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The town of Whistler was named after the Hoary Marmot, whose high whistling call can be heard in the surrounding mountains.

Here’s one surveying his domain as he warms himself on a rock.

(Oh, and marmots are a type of ground squirrel, in case you didn’t know.)

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