by Origin 8 years ago
Some people seem to really love squirrels, and others seem to view them as rats that live in the trees, that spread disease and sickness much like sewer rats. Do you like squirrels? Or do you view them as disease spreading rodents?
by Money Fairy 2 years ago
I had this nasty squirrel eat away at my pumpkin this morning?? I am on the 4th floor in an apt. complex so the squirrels must be pretty desperate for food? Any suggestions on how to get rid of them or deter them just until halloween is over at least
by serwya 6 years ago
Is there anyway to keep squirrels away!!Weve tried cages, bought mothball smelling sacks of "squirrel away", boo balloons. So far nothing works, though the predator eyes keep them away for a few days, they return after they ascertain they'r
by Jeff Berndt 5 years ago
What does squirrel taste like? Do you know any good recipes for squirrel?Squirrels seem to be very prolific, and I know that they're edible. Are there any squirrel hunters out there who have a good, easy recipe for squirrel?
by tnderhrt23 7 years ago
The local squirrel population has invaded my son's porch, and taken over the bird feeder. What can he do to discourage them?
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