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HELP! squirrel digging up lawn

Discussion in 'Lawns' started by mcmac74, Oct 10, 2007.

  1. youngdaisydee

    youngdaisydee Gardener

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    F.O.S.L...Thats for the men :D :confused:
     
  2. youngdaisydee

    youngdaisydee Gardener

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  3. walnut

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    Caj. the plumbing on women differs from ours they are piped up in 22mm men in 15mm thats why they need to go frequently :D
     
  4. wiseowl

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    Sounds about right 15mm :D [​IMG]
     
  5. accidentalgardener

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  6. cajary

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    Thanks walnut. The diff. between 22mm and 15mm explains the reason for grumpy members of "the Fairer Sex" :D
     
  7. intermiplants

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    after first reading this thread i was amazed that people could kill squirrel then after hearing what damage they can do ie to homes nests and killing trees .. a pro gardener who does all the shows gave me a telling off for feeding them he has mouse traps rat traps fox traps and badger traps and was telling me of the havoc and the damage they have caused him.. he pointed out that if there wasnt a market for killing the fluffy lovely squirrel then places like BQ wouldnt sell the traps there still cute ..same as cats until its your tree or borders there shi..ing in .. so now im not too sure [​IMG] [​IMG]
     
  8. walnut

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    We had one visit the garden last week for the first time ever it was actually legging it out the greenhouse, when I got in there it had knocked 6 plants off the top shelf they are needless to say not welcome.They are responsible for robbing birds eggs and play havoc with our feathered friends in the breeding season.
     
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