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Posted by John Fasoldt on 20:22:16 6/13/2010 from 173.71.122.198:

In reply to: REPRODUCING OR FINDING THERE WAY BACK posted by ETM on 15:54:54 6/13/2010 from 71.231.186.34:

Two miles is easy for almost any squirrel. I've seen them come back a lot further than that....

You might also be catching squirrels that are being brought to your "small forested park." I have a friend that lived by a park, used to see people regularly dropping of all kinds of animals.

But it is also a productive year for squirrels too.

---John



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