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Posted by John Fasoldt on 4:08:30 12/10/2015 from 108.24.145.68:

In reply to: French drain squirrel question posted by Chell on 21:36:56 12/9/2015 from 173.61.24.89:

Well, they can climb up the side of a vertical face - that is, right up the side of your house, even if it's aluminum siding...

And I doubt if he's getting in a french drain, unless it's broken or something. Try covering the pipe with some screening, use a clamp to attach it.

Check your local laws and check with the health dept, they may have rules governing these actions. Your neighbor is creating a hazard.

---John



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