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Posted by John Fasoldt on 7:03:48 11/30/2010 from 98.110.81.72:

In reply to: Re: Crafty Squirrel OHIO Part 3 posted by Domenic on 6:58:29 11/30/2010 from 166.137.137.123:

They're only mildly territorial. And they're constantly testing the boundries, so you'll have to reduce that population down to the point where there is ample NATURAL spaces for the remaining squirrels. Even so, you might have to do this every once in awhile to keep that population low.

Kudos to the guy that eats the squirrels. Keep him busy and plump. LOL

---John



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