The photos is lovely!Greetings, RW & SK
I have been keeping an eye out for the ones here but they seem to be making themselves scarce!
What splendid little chaps!I can do the fattening up OK but not the hibernating.
Lol @ John, yes, the fattening is easy! This is sooooo sweet!
Funny little creatures. I guess the closest animal we have to these is a wombat.
These are lovely shots of this animal. Great !
Reminds me of a wombat. Cute.
Simpáticas imágenes que anuncian ya el invierno.Saludos, Ángel
Let's see. Just how much wood would a woodchuck chuck if a woodchuck could chuck wood?
Never seen one of these creatures before, are they similar to our moles?
Yes , some nice pictures ! I like these beautiful groundhogs !
awwww i love groundhogs, they are sooo cute!!
Mo they are the size of a cat.
Oh, a groundhog! How cute!We have one hanging around the overpass near our place. We call him Waldo.
Oh, yes he is looking and he is very curious. I have never met this animal but he looks so lovely.Great pictures, Lulu!
Aw...what a sweetie! And...soooo looking at you, for sure :).
I hear you.
nice hind view, too!
What a cute chunky little creature (though it looks like he's growling in the top shot ;)... I love how you always capture the goings on in the wild!
What a fattie!
Thanks everyone! Mo - groundhogs burrow like moles, but are much larger (William's size-of-cat analogy is perfect). Revrunner - a woodchuck would chuck all the wood he could if a woodchuck could chuck wood:)
It doesn't surprise me that Princeton has the cutest woodchucks ever!
This little chap has taken offence to the chubby references and turned his back on us :))
You sure have gotten a lot closer to a groundhog than I ever have!
Oh my, how gorgeous, Jude!
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