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Well, at last the squirrels are social distancing.
I purchased a Squirrelinator from Amazon. Squirrels are lured into it by birdseed. Then you transport the critters far away and release them unharmed. I have caught and released about 22 of them over the past 2 weeks...and they keep coming. Hopefully, I'll have some fruit next summer...
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@genemahn wrote: Then you transport the critters far away and release them unharmed. I have caught and released about 22 of them over the past 2 weeks...and they keep coming.
Unless you are taking them very far away, they will quickly return to their home and you will see them visiting again. But, in our state it is illegal to release trapped animals anywhere other than where they were trapped. It is legal to eliminate them, though.
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