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51 minutes ago, Hoey said:

A free pass to help control the grays?

Had a Red chasing a big grey down our fence line just today. I never under stand why they take that from those little SOB's? :confused:

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ha!  they actually get along here. 3 greys mysteriously disappeared yesterday. ;) pretty rare that we see the reds here. So these 2 will get to grow up unless the hawks get them. 

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I hate them dirty reds. The only good pine squirrel is a dead pine squirrel. I live trap em and drown the little bastiches.

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Those "cute little reds" are the most destructive skwirrels on earth! They chewed thru my neighbors shed roof, got inside, and shredded everything up in sight....xmas lights, blower parts, boxes of stuff,then filled the rafter part full of nuts. Put out my live trap and caught the three of 'em. He repaired and reshingled  the roof. A month later...same thing again! Right thru the roof! (Him and the skwirrels)  :mad:

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I like to use ear corn with a little peanut butter smeared on it. I wire it to the side of the trap so the little sneaks don't pull it out of there. Some people think they're cute but somehow I don't find the sight of smoldering out buildings very attractive. :mad:

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1 hour ago, leech~~ said:

Had a Red chasing a big grey down our fence line just today. I never under stand why they take that from those little SOB's? :confused:

Gingers have bad tempers and belong to gangs, silly..

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12 minutes ago, roony said:

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I like to use ear corn with a little peanut butter smeared on it. I wire it to the side of the trap so the little sneaks don't pull it out of there. Some people think they're cute but somehow I don't find the sight of smoldering out buildings very attractive. :mad:

 

 

*GLUB*BLUB*  :P

 

 

 

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30 minutes ago, roony said:

I hate them dirty reds. The only good pine squirrel is a dead pine squirrel. I live trap em and drown the little bastiches.

that or bang!!!!

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16 hours ago, RebelSS said:

Those "cute little reds" are the most destructive skwirrels on earth! They chewed thru my neighbors shed roof, got inside, and shredded everything up in sight....xmas lights, blower parts, boxes of stuff,then filled the rafter part full of nuts. Put out my live trap and caught the three of 'em. He repaired and reshingled  the roof. A month later...same thing again! Right thru the roof!

They do that too.  I was referring to the reds neutering the grays.  They run/sneak up behind to bite their testicles in attempt to castrate them.

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