Redbird Pays It Forward

Winter Wonderland — Popular Christmas ornament “Redbird” has established a snow-time food table for yard squirrels.  Redbird is also the founder of the Small Critter Food Bank (SCFB). On this snowy Friday morning he has set up his table of cheer beside the Upper Pond on the grounds of St. James Cottage.

“I make a good living sitting on the tree every year.  I just wanted to share, a little” said Redbird as he squared up some walnuts.

The recent influx of high quality homemade pineapple jam at St. James has resulted in large donations of store bought jams and preserves at SCFB.  Toast and walnuts are also on the table.

Why squirrels?

“My heritage  is mostly grouse, duck and petroleum” explains Redbird, “but  my mother had a small fur tuft and always bragged that it was grey squirrel.  I enjoy the company of squirrels. I admire their work ethic.  We’re trying to make a little holiday for them here.”

If you’re making the dash, get there early.  Scurries are expected when Tree Angel stops by to make a brief glitter this afternoon.

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Squilton Howell III

Squilton Howell III is a professional squirrel and manages all things squirrel for 0.001% famous artist Theo Fadel.