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Re: [pfaf] Digest Number 336

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  • KF
    ... A trap would be good. To be humane, the trap couldn t injure the squirrels. You could take the trapped squirrels to someone who eats wild animals. --
    Message 1 of 1 , Sep 18, 2004
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      pfaf@yahoogroups.com wrote:

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      >There is 1 message in this issue.
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      > 1. squirrels
      > From: "Liz Turner" <liz7@...>
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      > Date: Fri, 17 Sep 2004 09:56:15 +0100
      > From: "Liz Turner" <liz7@...>
      >Subject: squirrels
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      >Hi all
      >Does anybody know of a humane way of stopping squirrels from damaging trees?
      >Particularly if you are planting new trees to create new woodland. I am
      >working with landowners who do not want to poison or shoot but are getting
      >quite substantial squirrel damage & have been told if they are serious about
      >getting trees established they have to control them somehow.
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      >I will also be planting new woodland & therefore need to know.
      >thanks
      >Liz
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      A trap would be good. To be humane, the trap couldn't injure the
      squirrels. You could take the trapped squirrels to someone who eats
      wild animals.

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