Squirrel at Arch Creek Park

"Gray Squirrel in Arch Creek Park"

WILDLIFE PHOTOGRAPHY – ARCH CREEK MEMORIAL PARK, FL

This photograph of an Eastern Gray Squirrel was taken at Arch Creek Memorial Park located in North Miami, Florida. The Eastern Gray Squirrel was photographed with a Nikon D90 camera body attached to a Nikkor 60mm 2,8 lens.

The Eastern Gray Squirrel (Sciurus carolinensis) grows to a height of 9 inches and an overall length of 19 inches. During the summer months, the Eastern Gray Squirrel’s coat is gray, its head, legs and sides a tawny brown. During Winter, its coat is gray above and white below, with a long bushy tail frizzled blackish and white. The habitat of the Eastern Gray Squirrel is broadleaf and mixed woods, especially oak and hickory, towns and parks.

Subject Photo exif Data

Camera Make and Model NIKON D90

Photo taken on June 12, 2011, 8:41 am

Focal Length 60mm

Shutter Speed 1/125

Aperture @ƒ/8

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10 Thoughts to “Squirrel at Arch Creek Park”

  1. Lauren.Delambre

    VERY COOL PHOTO

  2. Patricia.W.

    Excellent photo Alan S. Hochman

  3. Sammy52

    Only FL photography?

  4. Alan Hochman

    Caption: "Ugh! I can't believe I ate the whole thing"

  5. Howard Glatter

    Just big furry puff-rats

  6. Howard Glatter

    They steal all my Asian pears

  7. Isobel

    I love squirrels, OK they can be a bit greedy. They’re amusing though. Lovely photo again.

  8. godo

    good. april.2012

  9. Sujittra Chaturongkul

    That’s a really good looking squirrel.

  10. Alan S. Hochman

    I totally agree! 🙂

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