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  • Managing your squirrel population

    03/11/17 ,via Billings Gazette

    Baffles are mounted on a bird feeding station to prevent squirrels from climbing up the pole to reach the feeder, and some baffles are hung above feeders. Squirrels can jump up to about five feet vertically, and they can leap eight to 10 feet between

  • Determined squirrel tries utmost to steal food from bird feeder

    02/28/17 ,via Get Surrey

    . This squirrel sure does try, try and try again to steal peanuts from a bird feeder in a Woking garden. Share; Comments. ByGrahame LarterAmani Hughes. 14:28, 28 FEB 2017. Lifestyle 


    03/04/17 ,via The Waynedale News

    Squirrel in Tree I've been out-foxed by squirrels. I've tried to keep those bushy tailed bird feeder marauders off the bird feeder outside my study window and the feeder outside the dining room window. Squirrels have found a way to circumvent my efforts.

  • How to pick the right bird feeder and how to keep it stocked | News ...

    02/24/17 ,via News & Observer

    A pair of American Goldfinches (Cardualis tristis) hang upside-down as they feed on thistle seeds from a bird feeder. The feeder is designed to encourage other 

  • Neighborhood Nature: Survival on the wing in winter

    Birds and squirrels are gathering food at the feeders outside my window. A red-bellied woodpecker flies back and forth from a hole in a tree where it is stashing seeds. A fat squirrel found the handful of nuts I scattered on the ground and has been


  • Outwitting Squirrels

    Chicago Review Press. 2014. ISBN: 9781613749449,1613749449. 240 pages.

    Bird-loving Americans share a common problem: squirrels! These fast, greedy, incredibly crafty, fluffy-tailed rodents pillage birdfeeders before owners’ very eyes. For 25 years, Outwitting Squirrels has been leading the charge to help bird lovers defend their feeders. This classic defense manual for the besieged birder has been fully updated to deal with the more tech-savvy twenty-first-century squirrel. It provides 101 cunning strategies, both serious and hilarious, for outsmarting these...

  • Outwitting Squirrels

    Chicago Review Press. 1996. ISBN: 9781569764800,1569764808. 208 pages.

    This book illustrates and explains a series of strategems to keep squirrels from eating and ruining yards and gardens when more traditional tactics fail.

  • Squirrel Wars

    Willow Creek Press. 2014. ISBN: 9781623435547,1623435544. 160 pages.

    Just in time for spring, the popular Squirrel Wars book has received a new cover that is sure to catch the eye of home owners everywhere. Despite our reverence for wildlife, many of our most favorite species raise havoc in lawns and gardens from city to suburbia. This book solves backyard problems with squirrels, raccoons, deer, crows, insects and a host of other "pests" who raid backyard bird feeders and garbage cans, nest in chimneys, eat shrubbery, dig holes, tunnel in lawns, and attack...

  • Squirrels

    JHU Press. 2008. ISBN: 9780801889080,0801889081. 208 pages.

    With over one hundred photographs and an intuitive question-and-answer format, this authoritative and engaging guide sheds light on a common mammal that is anything but commonplace.

  • Those Darn Squirrels!

    Houghton Mifflin Harcourt. 2012. ISBN: 9780544029569,0544029569. 32 pages.

    Old Man Fookwire is a grump. The only thing he likes to do is paint pictures of the birds that visit his backyard. The problem is, they fly south every winter, leaving him sad and lonely. So he decides to get them to stay by putting up beautiful birdfeeders filled with seeds and berries. Unfortunately, the squirrels like the treats, too, and make a daring raid on the feeders. The conflict escalates—until the birds depart (as usual), and the squirrels come up with a plan that completely charms...

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