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Posted by charlie on 17:55:15 1/14/2012 from 74.206.73.96:

Am in NC. Have flying squirrels in attic. Have removed 2-3. There are more - - not sure how many. Closed 2 points of entry. Left mouse poison bait and they have eaten some. Will now use peanut butter in trap. Either more squirrels are getting in, or there were already more there. Can they get in through ridge vents? What should I look for? They have also nested in floor insulation in crawlspace. They commute at night from crawlspace to attic in wall right behind our bed and nest in attic over our bedroom. I think I have closed off all access points except ridge venting, if they use that. Any suggestions?



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