Getting rid of squirrels

by Lopuise
(Chapin, SC)

Try greasing the pole of the feeder or birdhouse with Vaseline.

It can be entertaining to watch the squirrels slide down the pole with frustration. I have also used a child's Slinky with pretty good results. One of the little devils made off with my slinky.

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Feb 16, 2014
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Love My Squirrels
by: Barbara

My husband and I both just love our squirrels. On one of our coldest winter mornings I peeked out and there were ten squirrels, both black and gray ones running around, and waiting on me. This morning, I peeked out and there were four. One was sitting on the fence looking at the door. They are very smart and cute. I love the birds, too!

Feb 15, 2014
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getting rid of sqirrels
by: Brook

I have stopped trying and just enjoy their antics. I have certain food sources they can't access, some that are difficult and then the moderate to being served to them on a platter. It is quite amusing to watch them as they try to get into a $6.27 bird cage I purchased to protect suit cakes from jays and squirrels.

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