|Amy and her young, August, 1999|
|Young chipmunks in Aviary 1, August, 1999|
|Amy and her
|The oldest of them all!!!! This is a female, Tilley; she lived to an amazing NINE YEARS old!!!!
Originally from Lincolnshire, I adopted her about 5 years ago, but first saw her in her younger days in 1997!
She was really sick on several occasions, but she was always strong, and recovered fully! Only later, before she died, Tilley was blind, but still managed to find her food, drink, and way around!
|This is my original female, who I adopted in 1993! She was called Tiny, and over the six years she was alive with me, she became a great-grandmother!!!! All of my present chipmunks have some of Tiny's blood in them, she was one of their ancestors. I adored her, and it was heartbreaking when she died, early in 1999.|
|Tiny and her young, second brood of1997.|
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|Text and photos by David G. Hall.|
|Copyright 2001 - 2010, by Jennifer Willis and David G. Hall.
Published by B. Hogarth's Wildlife Rescue.
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|Bright-eyed and bushy-tailed!|