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Squirrels of Duke University


This squirrel was spotted in the hedges near West Union.
This squirrel was spotted in the hedges near West Union.


Action shot of a critter by the trees in front of the chapel.
Action shot of a critter by the trees in front of the chapel.


This squirrel has found dinner in front of the Brodhead Center.
This squirrel has found dinner in front of the Brodhead Center.


Leaping over a branch, this critter makes its way across the quad.
Leaping over a branch, this critter makes its way across the quad.


By the chapel, this critter poses for the camera.
By the chapel, this critter poses for the camera.


Playful corgi spotted on the quad.
Playful corgi spotted on the quad.


Critter caught on camera just before climbing up the cedar. 
Critter caught on camera just before climbing up the cedar. 


Birds (not squirrels) can always be spotted in the cedar trees behind the chapel.
Birds (not squirrels) can always be spotted in the cedar trees behind the chapel.


More timid than squirrels, birds often fleet from sidewalks when bypassers come along.
More timid than squirrels, birds often fleet from sidewalks when bypassers come along.

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