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Re: Voles

I used 2 liter Pepsi bottles last year and they worked great. I have 3 kids
so there are always plently of empty bottles available. When the bottles
had lots of slugs in them I just put them in the trash and made a new bait trap.
Very easy, the bait stays dry as long as you don't place the bottle where lots
of water drains. PS - you will also get spiders, etc., in the bottles cause 
they can't get out.

Michael Laico
Crossville, TN

At 10:25 AM 3/30/99 -0600, you wrote:
>I am going to try Dan Nelson's way with big water bottles cut in half and
>baited.  Since the barn owl is on the endangered species list and the
>numbers are low, the voles (their favorite food) seem to be proliferating!
>Beth Arnold
>Peoria Illinois  Zone 5
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