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Posted by John Fasoldt on 6:31:49 2/21/2013 from 173.72.54.253:

In reply to: Re: best business practice advice posted by mike on 0:57:52 2/21/2013 from 151.213.183.136:

Don't try to poison squirrels. They "squirrel away" much of what they find, so they just don't get enough to kill them. Besides, you now have this poison stuff hidden away where you don't know what else will find it, or when. It STAYS poisonous.

And if a squirrel does take enough of your bait to kill him, you won't know where it dies, and a larger body mass means that it can stink for WEEKS!

As far as finding out WHERE he's getting in, you'll have to turn into a detective. See my post to Holly, right below this post.

And I do address this within my two squirrel pages, go thru everything, including pictures (some have text within) and you'll get a working knowledge of what's going on.

Think like a squirrel!

---John



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