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Posted by Steve on 22:08:35 12/16/2011 from 74.103.49.197:

In reply to: Re: One way door trap posted by John Fasoldt on 7:08:27 12/16/2011 from 98.110.81.72:

Thanks for the advice. I thought the "wildlife expert" who helped me made things sound too good/easy to be true. It's funny, though, that I only ever hear the squirrels between the first and second floors of the house (never in the attic). Is it possible that the squirrel(s) are nesting in the first floor ceiling and not in the attic? Also, is it possible that a lone younger squirrel has been left behind and can't find his way out through the one way door?
Thanks again for your help. Your squirrel pages are very informative.



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