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Posted by charlie on 16:43:42 2/19/2012 from 74.206.73.96:

In reply to: Re: flying squirrels posted by John Fasoldt on 6:17:42 1/15/2012 from 98.110.81.72:

I appear to have eliminated them and their access. I have 2 questions:
1. Do they cart off their dead to somewhere? I know I shot and killed 2. Their carcasses are no longer there and disappeared quickly? There's no odor, even for the one I think I poisoned (before I set 2 types of traps). Where could the dead ones be?
2. More importantly, what type of firm do I call to clean up their droppings and urine area? I can see one spot, but I can't easily get to it, espec. at my age, and I have no protective materiels to protect myself.



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