27 8X10 Colored Glossy Pictures with the Circles and Arrows and a Paragraph on the Back of Each One Explaining What Each One Was to Be Used As Evidence Against Them


Sometimes, you've got to go to the photographic evidence :

100_2445.JPGI believe I already mentioned the incredible profusion of berries in our backyard dogwood, but over the past few weeks, I was seeing less and less red in its branches. At first I thought this was just due to the oncoming winter, not to mention our lengthy periods of wind and rain (for the rain it raineth every day), but the other morning, with a few minutes of time to observe and my camera close at hand, I was able to capture the cause of the berries' disappearance right in the act. His accomplice is not visible in this shot, but those of you who've spent time watching gray squirrels going to town on a bird feeder can easily imagine how much damage TWO of these guys can do to a single dogwood.

The good news: next spring, there will be little dogwoods sprouting from every bit of squirrel poop in central Virginia.

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