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Posted by SF on 15:31:37 12/31/2011 from 72.64.143.7:

I need help. We have dozens of squirrels in our yard and more throughout the neighborhood. We have lots of oak trees in our yard that they nest in. I've had camellia bushes bloom without any bother for years until this year, when squirrels ate every blossom and then bud before it could even bloom. The bigger problem is that they got on the roof and chewed through the pipes for the pool solar heater, so it no longer works. We tried sealing up the holes and had repairs done only for it to happen again, and again, and again. What has worked to repel without trapping squirrels? There is no possible way to trap them all.



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