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Posted by John Fasoldt on 12:33:40 7/27/2010 from 98.110.81.72:

In reply to: Havahart Trap - Leaving Sores on Squirrel's Face... posted by JBF on 12:08:05 7/27/2010 from 174.27.110.198:

Of course. And the reason you need to check those traps as often as you can. Squirrels aren't really used to getting trapped and these animals are pretty nervous types anyway.

Squirrels that have been trapped and released several times may actually act quite calm.

---John



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