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Posted by John Fasoldt on 18:06:02 4/2/2012 from 98.110.81.72:

In reply to: Re: Young squirrel behavior where traps are concerned? posted by RS from LI on 15:02:59 4/2/2012 from 24.186.66.245:

RS pretty well nailed it, Yank. I was going to hire her, but she wants too much money...

As far as your question about young'uns and traps is concerned, they will go into a trap as soon as they know what actual food is.

In other words, if they're still nursing, they won't know what food is and the only way you'll trap them is if they enter by mistake.

So keep on keepin' on, I'm sure you'll be successfull pretty quick!

---John



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