26 thoughts on “Red Bellied Marmot

  1. I’m always amazed at how fat they become in the fall. They need it for the long winter!
    I saw my first snow flurries today as we drove over the Berkshires, where it was coating the ground. I’m glad we live in the valley where it was just raining and 15 degrees warmer!


    1. Hi Eliza, and this guy looks to have put on enough food to keep him happy once the cold finally sets in. We have yet to have snow in the Denver area and in fact yet to have a hard first. Still growing chard and beets in the garden.


        1. Hi Eliza, yes very unusual. We have kept pretty good gardening records for the last 12 or so years and usually things have all died out due to snow or very hard frost and a few cold day by the middle of October.


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