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Re: vacation.....HA!

Actually, I think field mice are cute as all get out.  They're the
ones with huge black shoe-button eyes and little pink rubber eraser
noses - fawn color with lighter tummies.  Raised a couple of babies
once and hated when it came time to release them....voles are NOT
cute.  I have never had any plant damage from field mice and there
are tons of them around here...voles is another story; many a tulip
gone; many a lily lost; many a hosta with the guts eaten out of it,
etc., etc.   Field mice eat mainly seeds and some insects and
possibly some fruit, I think - of course, if they get in the house,
they'll eat bread crumbs and other stuff if they can find it.  Voles
eat roots, bulbs and rhizomes.  I have NOTHING good to say about

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> From: Donna  <justme@prairieinet.net>
> Hum.... will have to check out the tail. Once it stop raining, I
will go
> out and see if I can have her move the family again... this time I
> be ready with a camera:)
> Guessing I will be heading to the store for some mouse traps...
what do
> you bait it with?
> Donna
> > 
> > It your cute critters have long skinny tails and are small- they
> mice
> > If they have short stubby or no tails- they are voles.  Major
> > Mice
> > traps kill both.  My husband was so upset when I was setting
traps for
> > these
> > at our old house.... until they devours, killed his favorite
> Then
> > he started resetting the traps too.
> > 
> > (P.S.- they multiply like rabbits...)
> > 
> > Theresa
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