Eurasian Red Squirrel
Sciurus vulgaris

f4 @ 1/250s, ISO:2500, Nikon D300S w 500mm

"Eurasian Red Squirrel," Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Red squirrels occupy boreal, coniferous woods in northern Europe and Siberia, preferring Scots pine, Norway spruce and Siberian pine. In western and southern Europe they are found in broad-leaved woods where the mixture of tree and shrub species provides a better year round source of food. In most of the British Isles and in Italy, broad-leaved woodlands are now less suitable due to the better competitive feeding strategy of introduced grey squirrels.
Flatanger, Norway