My parents and I had a lovely walk along the boardwalks at Holme. The beach and sea were on one side and heathland on the other. It was pretty quiet on the bird front, but on the walk back I walked on the path through the heath and bushes. I came across this little ginger guy. He was so cute. I think we were both surprised to see each other. He kept looking at me then scampering away. Then he'd come back and take another look, almost to say I can't believe you're here. This happened a few times before it disappeared down a hole.
Cute little paws and a very short ginger tale. It's been confirmed as a Weasel, and yet another first for me.
Great shots of the weazel! I like his white bib!ReplyDelete
It does look very cute and not something that is commonly seen.ReplyDelete
Großartige Aufnahmen !ReplyDelete
What a terrific little animal! I would've been so thrilled to see him! I would think that maybe the walk you went on is hardly used, hence its curiousity?ReplyDelete
Adorable critter and awesome photos.. Thank you for linking up, have a happy weekend!ReplyDelete
Such cute shots, it's great he was so curious and posed so nicely.ReplyDelete
he's adorable! a blogger pal of mine in montana just posted one of these this week. amazing, they look like the same type. :)ReplyDelete
Great photos of this cutie!ReplyDelete
Fantastic shots. What a wonderful animal. CongratulationsReplyDelete
What a beauty, thanks for showing us Adam.ReplyDelete
I've never seen a weasel in the wild, either. *Jealous!*ReplyDelete
Great shots, too.
Wow, what a great luck to see and get such photos. I know them only as running coat spots, faster than a camera.ReplyDelete
Such a curious little fellow and oh so cute. Loved your photos.ReplyDelete
He really is cute - we don't have them in my part of the world.ReplyDelete
What wonderful captures of this cute and curious little weasel!ReplyDelete
Wonderful shots of a great little animal - its been a while since I have seen one! Thankfully they were never introduced here, it would have probably ended badly!ReplyDelete
Cheers - Stewart M - Melbourne
These are very special shots, congratulations!