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Extract by Jade Wright, Formby Times Good news for red squirrels with an increase in sightings THERE’S good news for the North-West’s red squirrel population, with increased sightings reported in key areas by the Wildlife Trust for Lancashire,
Oh no. Came home today to find my newest box tossed. Something got in and dug around a tomato and pepper transplant, knocking them over and it appears that they dug in an ate all of my pea and bean seeds. Whatever it was didn't bother my existing box
Something was digging in my garden yesterday! My husband and I both think it was a squirrel. No major damage, though perhaps a few radish seedlings met an untimely end. Can bird netting keep squirrels out, or will they just reach right through it?
Ok so this year I'm expanding the size of my garden and also planting a corn box. I have 2 acres of woods behind my house, my garden is on the side right next to my house. I was thinking of feeding the squirrels this year, some where far away from my
Summer '09 I had no garden because the squirrels dug up every seed I planted. Summer '10 I bought seedlings instead & they ate the produce instead! So what's happening in my Mid/Lower South Garden this January is a lot of OCD'ing over squirrels! I
We took a drive to a town about 60 miles away to see the white squirrels at the park there.
Just curious if anyone else has had experience with this... squirrels are continually digging up my cucumber, squash and pumpkin seeds. Nothing else but those - not the lettuce or bean seeds. They are leaving the small plants alone but are getting the