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Posted by John Fasoldt on 6:23:16 7/25/2011 from 98.110.81.72:

In reply to: How many days of inactivity is enough? posted by Dave on 18:14:03 7/23/2011 from 71.181.132.27:

Got a potted plant? Leave it near the chum. Squirrels and other small animals like to dig around in it, that's a sure sign he's still there. How long? A few days (3 or 4) with no signs would make me think he's gone - for now.

You must find out how he got in and fix that. Make sure you have a chimney cap and that it's secure. Scrutinize all those areas they take advantage of, go thru my two squirrel pages for more hints.

---John



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