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Squirrel Damage

  • Subject: [iris-photos] Squirrel Damage
  • From: Pat Mitchell corgilover@wi.rr.com
  • Date: Tue, 18 Mar 2003 21:22:34 -0600

Robert Dickow wrote:
> By the way, ours are the big grey, agressive, European type of squirrel. Our
> little native red squirrels are long gone I guess.

We have both gray and red squirrels - and I like the big dumb gray 
ones best.  The nasty little red squirrels throw pinecones and sticks 
(YES THROW!) at me or my dog when we get too close to OUR woodpile.

I've seen them run off raccoons!
Pat Mitchell
SE WI zone 5 (still brown, but spring might be coming soon!)

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