Not a Baby Boomer (they're not what you'd call elusive) but a Mountain Red Squirrel, also known as a Boomer. Justin spotted one a few years ago down at the lower place and I seem to remember seeing one at our bird feeder many years ago and thinking it was a regular Grey Squirrel who'd been through hard times.
But now we have a Boomer as a regular visitor. He (or she) is much smaller than a Gray Squirrel -- half a pound as compared to two pounds -- with a shorter tail, reddish fur,and white circles around his eyes.
He visits the bird feeder but spends a lot of time in the big Fraser Fir ( a Christmas tree from about forty years ago.)
He runs out to the end of a branch and harvests some new cones . . .
Then retires to the relatively hidden perch near the trunk. He moves quickly and if I'm not careful to stay still, he disappears.
Perhaps in time he'll get used to us and I'll get better pictures. No matter -- it's just fun to see a new critter around -- an addition to the Gray Squirrels and Flying Squirrels.