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Re: 7 squirrels


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Posted by KellyGa on July 13, 2003 at 18:16:37 from (152.163.252.161):

In Reply to: 7 squirrels posted by ret on July 13, 2003 at 08:28:18:

Ret, when I put out birdseed, I have to put out trays of back oil sunflower seed for my squirrels just to keep them from tearing into my feeders! Seven is easy here, how about twice as many? Thats on a slow day, lol. They come across the street from other back yards, across the power lines, they EXPECT breakfst, and if they don't get it, they start looking, don't want them to do that, Ian said he came home one day nd they were all over the front of the house clinging to the bricks! Funniest thing you ever saw! I love em but man are they persistant little critters! Oh and before y'all say anything, for those of you that would say have some squirrel pie, thats just one more thing I CAN'T do in the city of Forest Park, not so much as a BB Gun. Stupid, gonna move from this *&#$@! place!


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