Squirrel at the cemetery


Ardilla comun (Sciurus vulgaris) comiendo from Axena on Vimeo.

A few days after seeing my first comma butterfly at the cemetery, I sit down on the bench at the far end of the burial ground.

About one meter and half above the ground, a hole in a tree, where blue tits nested two years ago.

Now, a red squirrel, walking slowly on a three-meter high branch of that tree to the end.

I hear migratory geese calling.

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