I have a nice pear tree which always produces a good crop. But the moment
the fruit enters the first stages of ripening, the tree is totally stripped
by squirrels. Often they don't even eat any of the pears, just gnaw the stem
off the tree and let them fall.
Any suggestions welcome.
Pellet gun.....live traps........tie a dog with a bad attitude to tree
I also have squirrel problems. BIG TIME. Live the country, and its
not unusual to look outside and see 15 or more squirrels rumaging
around. The ravaged my garden earlier, and invade my barn, attic and
out buildings, digging up my lawn. Talked to the game commision, and
even though there is a season on harvesting them, they said there
would be no trouble since they are doing damages so just thin em out,
which is what I did. Total count since early April is 63 grey
squirrels eliminated, either by shooting or with traps and thats
without going out of my way to look for them. I have some nice big fox
squirrels which I do not remove.
On Sat, 09 Aug 2003 01:41:58 GMT, "Ray Jenkins"
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