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Re: My sentiments exactly

In a message dated 8/30/00 6:22:34 PM Eastern Daylight Time, bobaxe@sbtek.net 

<<  I heard that squirrels are territorial and as soon as you move one out
 another will move in. I might have heard it right here on this list.

Bob, that may be true but there seems to be a lot in the immediate territory 
of my backyard.  They are practically tame from my neighbor hand feeding 
them.  Chased one around in circles in the garage the other day and it would 
not go outside.  If I catch them she gets anxious about what happened to her 
squirrels.  I just keep going around filling in the holes, gave up on the 
have a heart last year.  N.
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