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Re: vole damage pics

In a message dated 02/29/2004 7:01:37 PM Eastern Standard Time, 
Cersgarden@aol.com writes:

> My neighbor just told me this afternoon, the lg mounds of what I thought 
> was rabbit droppings were deer.  Are rabbit and deer droppings nearly the 
> same?
>   Ceres

Both are piles of pellets.  If they are large mounds, they are almost surely 
deer.  The deer do try to repay our hospitality by fertilizing the lawn - it's 
a real mess in the spring - they're almost as bad as geese.   Auralie

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