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Posted by Davis on 21:41:17 11/22/2010 from 71.184.174.48:

In reply to: Re: Trapping flying squirrels posted by Dorothy Martin on 13:43:01 11/6/2010 from 67.235.98.223:

Just discovered I have flying squirrels in the attic through a process of elimination. I had a squirrel trap up there for quite some time with no activity at all. Since most of the noise was at night I then figured it was mice. A mouse trap caught something but that something dragged the trap away. Then I put up a smaller Have A Heart that had been successful with chipmunks. Caught the first squirrel in a bout 2 hours. And another a few hours later. Next night had another by dinner time. I'm just hoping I don't have too many more up there.



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