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I used it a presentation for a school project. —Preceding unsigned comment was added by 24.237.247.65 (talk) 18:15, 16 May 2019 (UTC)

I used your Red Squirrel image in a news story about declining mammal species in Britain. A lovely shot - if only the news about it was better[edit]

I used your squirrel for poem video[edit]

Hi, I used your squirrel photo as one of the back ground photos in a video where my workmates recite a Finnish poem "Squirrel's Song". It will be shown at the European parliament's fun day as a sample of Finnish language, one of the 28 official languages of the European Union. Please find hare a translation of the poem and under it, the original written by the Finnish national poet Aleksis Kivi.

Sweetly the little squirrel Lies in his moss room; The place that a dog's teeth Or hunter's trap Could never reach.

From his high chamber He looks at the world Many battles under him; The branch of a coniver, the peace flag Fluttering above him.

Such a happy living In the swinging cradle castle! There swings the little squirrel In the darling spruce, on the mother's chest You can hear the kantele of forest!

There sleeps the sway tale Front of his little window Singing birds under the sky Walk him in the evening To the golden land of dreams.

Oravan laulu

Makeasti oravainen Makaa sammalhuoneessansa; Sinnepä ei Hallin hammas Eikä metsämiehen ansa Ehtineet milloinkaan.

Kammiostaan korkeasta Katselee hän mailman piirii, Taisteloa allans´ monta; Havu-oksan rauhan-viiri Päällänsä liepoittaa.

Mikä elo onnellinen Keinuvassa kehtolinnass´! Siellä kiikkuu oravainen Armaan kuusen äitinrinnass´: Metsolan kantele soi!

Siellä torkkuu heiluhäntä Akkunalla pienoisella, Linnut laulain taivaan alla Saattaa hänen iltasella

Unien Kultalaan.

— Preceding unsigned comment added by Esa Peltola (talk • contribs) 13:44, 22 September 2016 (UTC)


I Used Your Image of a Red Squirrel[edit]

I used your image of a red squirrel to edit into a drawing for a certificate for a class of primary school children for talking part in a wildlife survey. Thank you for making the image creative commons, its a wonderful shot! Sivi Sivanesan

Welcome to Wikimedia Commons, Mulletsrokkify!


I am using your red squirrel image in a virtual tour of Loch Arkaig in Scotland.I work for the Woodland Trust. Thanks for making your image available for use, It's a wonderful shot. I will update this entry when our site goes live with a URL. Lee Chadwick. DigitalEngagement Manager.Woodland Trust

I used your image of a red squirrel as an illustration with a short news segment in the Dutch Veterinary Journal (print) of december 2016. —Preceding unsigned comment was added by 213.125.152.122 (talk) 13:11, 21 November 2016 (UTC)

I used your image of a red squirrel (England winter coat) in issue 14 Dec 2018 (yet to be published)in an article on the presence of the red squirrel in Macclesfield Cheshire in c. the last fifty years —Preceding unsigned comment was added by 95.145.207.93 (talk) 17:50, 25 July 2018 (UTC)

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I used your photo of a Pere David's deer[edit]

I used your photo of a Pere David's deer in a blog post about, naturally, turtles. This is an old post that I updated with photos. The blog is The Nature of the Beast, and it's about animals and animal behavior. The post is at: http://natureofbeast.typepad.com/the_nature_of_the_beast/2008/05/from-evil-turtl.html

Thank you very much.

Susan McCarthy

I Used Your Image of a Red Squirrel[edit]

I used your image of a red squirrel as the photo for the cover page of my dissertation about how various stakeholders represent red squirrel conservation in the UK. Thank you for making the image creative commons, its a beautiful shot! If the piece ever goes on the internet I shall link to it!

Hi, I used your lovely red squirrel picture on my blog, thank you. Marion http://starfrostmoon.blogspot.co.uk/2013/09/good-news-for-red-squirrels.html

Would you consider giving permission to print this picture (https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Redsquirrel_eating_2012.jpg) on a non-commercial poster under a "Creative Commons Attribution 2.0 Generic license"? I would like to combine it with a photo of a student, but the student won't give me permission to print his picture under a "Share Alike" license. The poster will be displayed for one month in the lobby of a university hall. Thanks for your consideration! <-- Yes, that's fine. I've got no problem with that. Thanks for choosing my photo!--Mulletsrokkify (talk) 11:21, 1 November 2013 (UTC)

I have used your image for a presentation I am doing about the Eurasian red squirrel and it's feeding and habitat. Thank you!

Permission to Print Red Squirrel Photo[edit]

Thanks very much!!!

We plan to use your red squirrel shot for a charity lecture by Sir David Attenborough in the UK - www.environmenttrust.co.uk. Thank you