ive been watching the grays quirrells in my yard .they dig holes to
bury stuff and find stuff buried. they bury walnuts and forget where
they are and a tree grows. they go in my garage and leave walnuts in
there.once one got in the walls of the house and came out in the
closet.that was fun. they can go about anywhere they want if theres an
opening . unless you got a dog or cat that will chasem all day long only
other thing to do is trap them and relocate or kill them. i see the
holes being dug now, but fall is abot the only time it gets real
noticeable .we got hundreds of em in the area.i like em..lucas
You're in luck. Now, in most places, is SQUIRREL HUNTING SEASON and runs
through, generally, February.
Killing, trapping, or bothering squirrels otherwise is against the law.
Possibly a firearm familiarization class
A squirrel blind
Suitable weapon (some are not allowed, such as bow and arrow, trebuchets,
Enough squirrel tags (careful, bag limit varies from state to state)
If he wants to do it the hard way, he can wait until next month when
primitive weapons (e.g. blackpowder) can be used.
Fox Urine. You can get it at a hunting supply store, and even
sometimes at WalMart's hunting secting in sporting goods. It is in a
spray bottle and smells terrible, but if it is sprayed around, the
squirrels will think that they are prey and leave the area. Worked
Squirrels seem cute prancing around the yard,
until they find a way into your attic! Trouble...
they will get into your wiring like they did to mine,
and cause other problems!
I bought some RAT traps, baited them with peanut butter,
(gob it on the trigger), and had three squirrels in an hour!
My 2 cents worth!
Not sure where you live, but I've seen plenty of examples of squirrels
gnawing their way into an attic through solid wood, so unless you have
aluminum siding over everything, it's not a function of just screening
Say what? So, what's the penalty for not doing the vents properly? Taking
the squirrels on a cruise so they will feel better about themselves?
What you said has to qualify as one of the ten most stupidest things I have
read on Usenet.
Still, it would be interesting to know what kinds of surroundings exist
around the homes which suffer the most brazen squirrel intrusions. For
example, we've all seen those obscene housing developments where every tree
is removed for no particular reason, leaving no place for squirrels to nest.
I wonder if houses in such places are more prone to squirrel nonsense.
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