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Rose is Rose by Don Wimmer and Pat Brady for September 06, 2013

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    stlmaddog5  over 8 years ago

    Squirrels don’t come into my yard. I’ve put 13 away this summer. By ‘away’ I mean, I’ve KILLED the little tree rats. There, I said it. I’m a squirrel serial killer, and I’m proud of it!

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    LeoAutodidact  over 8 years ago

    Well this is what happens when you’ve eliminated all THEIR Predators.

    “When the Cat’s away, all the Mice will Play!”

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    jimshari  over 8 years ago

    I’ve got dogs, I don’t have squirrels!

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    Sportymonk  over 8 years ago

    Sadly I don’t have trees. Wish I had some squirrels. REmember one in my front yard when I was a kid. Mom loved to watch him. What’s so bad about squirrels?

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    duffer37  over 8 years ago

    If you’re lucky, all they do is eat your bird food, chew up your deck and bird feeders. They also will chew their way into your attic and set up a nest inside the walls of your house. One of those filthy things cost me over $2000 by the time we had fortified the house to keep them out.

    We have a family of barred owls living in our yard, but they won’t go after the squirrels.

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    sbchamp  over 8 years ago

    Practice your passing

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    sbwertz  over 8 years ago

    The squirrels chewed up the wiring in my dad’s truck three times before he figured out he could spray the wires with spray lacquer and sprinkle them with cayenne pepper while it was wet. No more chewed wires.

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    woodwork  over 8 years ago

    snares work well, then eat ’em

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    Cranor3  over 8 years ago

    Wonder where they found a seeded watermelon in the first place? We had to convert our July 4th watermelon seed spitting contest to cherry seeds.

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    kwon_sarang  over 8 years ago

    Is this being published in Canada? ‘Cause I’ve never seen any in libraries/bookstores…

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    kwon_sarang  over 8 years ago

    Is this being published in Canada? ‘Cause I’ve never seen any in libraries/bookstores…

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    kwon_sarang  over 8 years ago

    Is this being published in Canada? ‘Cause I’ve never seen any in libraries/bookstores…

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    Puddleglum2  over 8 years ago

    That’s enough to make the whole family ’melon’choly!

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    Puddleglum2  over 8 years ago

    That’s enough to make the whole family ’melon’choly!

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    ChappellGirl5  over 8 years ago

    Should have brought Peekaboo on the picnic with them.

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    ncalifgirl58  over 8 years ago

    Hmm, snares sound interesting furnituremaker. Thanks! Do you know how to make them?

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    vldazzle  over 8 years ago

    Hawks are the best solution and they can do pretty well in most of the US even the Redtails alone. I watch a nest in NY every spring now. Youn might save.this site for the future

    Most watchers really get hooked by the devotion of Big Red (the female) and Ezra (the male) and their efforts to raise a healthy clutch each year. Lots of rodents and pigeons bite the dust.

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    The Life I Draw Upon  over 8 years ago

    Squirrel serial killer consider yourself welcome at this house.

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    ncalifgirl58  over 8 years ago

    I forgot about the slingshot. Dad used to have one. Thanks everyone for the good ideas on how to rid myself of these pesky squirrels. We have hawks but not enough to take care of them.

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    Comic Minister Premium Member over 8 years ago

    They had to ruin it.

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    Rod Gonzalez  over 8 years ago

    They must have taken hogging lessons from Clem . . .

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