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RE: vole damage pics

Snap traps? Is that another name for mouse trap? Didn't someone post a
few ways to trap voles last year... now what did I do with that

So besides a rabbit fence- what other ideas do you folks have for
controlling rabbits?.. seems the wild life here has taken over, and
refuse to be hospitable toward my plants- if they can't live together-
than something has to go, and it is not my plants! 

> Best way to reduce vole damage is to reduce their numbers during the
> I
> use two snap-traps under a large plastic tub set along a wall in my
> garden.
> Only voles and mice can get in. I bait the traps with peanut butter
> with bird seed and set them against the wall. Last year I caught a
> of
> 74 voles and mice. The previous year numbers were a little lower. I
> have any vole damage now but I wish they made similar traps for
> Dan in PA

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