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Re: Yesterday

Hey Dan, have you tried the little blue poison pellets?  Someone over on Mark 
Haupt's forum gave elaborate descriptions for building poison stations that 
would be safe (for birds and other animals).  I usually put the pellets down 
under stepping stones where I see tunnels.  My animals are shrews, and I hear 
its a good thing that I have got them because they are carnivores!  I don't 
take chances though and the blue pellets go out a couple of times a year.

Take care,
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