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The battle between the chipmunk tribe and the human continues:
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bigpawbullets 9 May 1
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On no! They do make a mess. It's squirrels in my neighborhood. They don't dig much, but they do bury pecan nuts all over tne place. The sprouts have to be dug out and their tap root cut to get them out of tne garden. These pecans turn up in pots as well as all around the yard. None under the parent tree, but everywhere else,

RussRAB Level 7 May 2, 2020
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You sure those are chipmunks? Looks awfully industrious.

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I miss having our Bouviers, they decimated the ground hog, chipmunk, mole and squirrel population on our property but they are long since gone, buried on a hill

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speaking of moles and electronic beepers. The beepers i tried from lowes do not last but a season if lucky, none can control the internal condensation and they die.
Anyone have a good one to recommend?

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Moles, is my issue, the last 5 years been using tbe electonic beepers and it keeps them on the peripherals, albeit the neighbors apple orchard seems busy... lol.

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