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Posted by GrammyK on 20:20:54 12/12/2011 from 67.191.232.96:

In reply to: Re: Squirrel return posted by John Fasoldt on 19:39:38 12/12/2011 from 98.110.81.72:

Thanks again John. You're so helpful to us out here who are novice to this task. I'm not sure that I can "put them down". How do we know that they will not be able to survive in a new location? Also, do I trap differently in December? I'm also curious about how they entered the exact place that was reparied last spring if they were released by someone else "across a body of water". I don't know what I would do without this site. Thanks so very much for responding so quickly.



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