Plain text indicates the location (see corresponding red arrow) of the animal(s) in image; bold text indicates the basis of the identification of the animal(s).
1 – In background to right of pile, moving to the right. [Single gray squirrel: lateral view showing bounding gray body with bushy tail characteristic of this squirrel.]
2 – In foreground to left of pile, facing camera. [Single gray squirrel: frontal/lateral view (blurred due to jumping motion) of gray animal showing diagnostic bushy tail and facial features.]
3 – In background to left of pile in snow bank. [Single gray squirrel: view, largely obscured by snow) showing a small patch of diagnostic gray fur. Immediately surrounding images include clear views of gray squirrels.]
4 – In background to left of pile, facing right. [Single gray squirrel: view, partially masked by tree trunk, showing diagnostic gray fur and facial features.]
5 – On left front of pile, facing away from camera. [Single gray squirrel: rear view (somewhat blurred due to motion) showing diagnostic gray bushy tail.]
6 – In background behind pile, facing to right. [Single gray squirrel: lateral view of animal sitting on its haunches, showing diagnostic gray bushy tail arched over back.]