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Are you kidding me?

Every morning, I put the dogs out in their Kennel run and go check on my outdoor grow-out plant tanks and something ain't right???

In one corner of the E, Belem, no plants and something huge & green Some Tree-Rat buried a Chestnut in my plants!!!

The one night I don't cover them up, that will teach me.
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Oh no, what a terrible surprise.


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Lol. There are so many reasons to hate tree rats.

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Oh my, the nerve!
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GAMO WHISPER Look it up...that solved all my tree rat problems
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It is kinda funny that I was worried about finding a toad in the plant grow-out tank in the morning so I always covered them.


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I always worry about the stupid bald eagle swooping down and nabbing one of my dogs, to heck with the plants..

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I always worry about the stupid bald eagle swooping down and nabbing one of my dogs, to heck with the plants..
Don't worry too much Bald Eagles are fish eaters. Golden Eagles, eat small dogs and bad little children.
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Be careful though... The California Condor will carry off naughty parents...

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maybe you could do a cover with chicken wire or something so you don't have to remove the covers ever, then you can't forget to cover them.
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Ha I know your pain! Squirrel's... here is what mine have done to my once beautiful hanging baskets, all 6 of them each house their very own Squirrel now. They pulled out all the plants - crazy little critters! I now water my hanging basket daily to help keep the them happy and cool (52 days and counting of 100+ degree heat). Good Luck with your squirrel control!





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