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Posted by John Fasoldt on 6:05:22 8/26/2012 from 70.192.131.42:

In reply to: Abnormal Squirrel Behavior posted by Rob on 10:58:41 8/25/2012 from 199.247.253.44:

I've seen various kinds of birds do this, the theory is that they're seeing their reflections and reacting to it. Perhaps this is the same with the squirrels? Have not heard of this, with squirrels anyway...

You could try covering one of the windows with non-reflective materials and see if they leave that window alone.

Report back!

---John



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