More accurately, White Whiskers III. She's a pregnant or nursing female and getting friendlier each passing week. She's usually waiting in the morning when I set off for work. I drop a handful of nuts and birdseed which likely vanishes before I get to the train. She is the third in the white whisker line. The previous two were males. All kindred, I expect. Normally, they have black whiskers.
Black squirrels are common in Ontario. They are the same species as the more familiar eastern grey squirrel; they are just a variant colour - all black versus grey or grey-brown with white tummies. Linda and I have blipped black squirrels lots of times so have a look.
Yesterday's blip: #372 - Port Perry, Ontario