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Posted by John Fasoldt on 6:05:47 10/24/2010 from 66.169.11.155:

In reply to: Trapping flying squirrels posted by Dorothy Martin on 0:34:01 10/24/2010 from 67.235.98.223:

That wasn't me! I wouldn't do that, you might kill something you don't want to kill. Use snap traps in your attic, baited with apples soaked in maple syrup.

They like to investigate things, stuff a box with loose paper with a snap trap inside. They are social, so there's usually more than one.

---John



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