On Apr 28, 2:59 pm, email@example.com wrote:
If yiou can find a local pest control with a 'gopher getter" (I think
that's the name) it does a very good job. Pumps liquid ammonia
nitrate (fertilyzer) in. doesn't take much, it turns to gas and kills
Turn it into a pet?
I met "Harriet" at an Audubon Society sanctuary near Pittsburgh - just kind
of ambling about, just doing her thing. Since we don't have those in Texas,
I offered to trade an armadillo for a ground hog. The executive director was
"No way!" he said. "Can you imagine what would happen if an armadillo
wandered out in front of a little old lady walking our nature trails?"
As an aside, I did see one clever item at the Audubon Society. Take a
three-sided aquarium (you can find them next to the dumpsters at apartment
houses), line these three sides with one-way window film. Fashion a top and
mount the whole thing in your breakfast room window.
Open the top, dump in some bird seed, replace the top.
Presently, the little birdies will come to join you for breakfast! They see
only their reflection, but you see them, really up close.
As I understand, woodchuck bombs are to get em to the surface, so you can
shoot them. I tried a couple in a farmers field, one time. No woodchuck came
My trailer had (past tense) a woodchuck. I got two buckets of rock from a
farmer's field. Lit a 15 minute highway road flare "fusee" and stuffed that
in the hole. Quick, dump two bucket of rocks in, and back fill with dirt. No
I like the pipe idea.
I've tried all the non-lethal remedies like mothballs, Irish Spring
soap, and a spice-based repellant concoction that's sold by Home
Depot. The little bastard took a shower with the soap, packed his
winter clothes with the mothballs, and used the repellant to season
Well, recently I've seen self-built smoke bombs at instructables.com
made of sugar (caramel, so to say) and saltpeter. This smoke
production is a redox-reaction between the components. I expect that
there is no other oxygen needed. After ignition it shouldeven burn
Airspace V - international hangar flying!
feed garden hose into tunnell hole.pour gallon of bleach then quart of
amonia .dont breath it.lucas
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