Try to keep all bird food inside at night. Even the stuff in the feeders. Leaving feed out at night draws in raccoons and rats. Eventually those...
Great pics! Good idea staying inside though. We had a rabid one attack a guy near Tampa this year. Very rare incident though.
Nice setup and picture.
I now it is a pain but you should bring the bird feeders in at night. After dark they feed all the critters who will one day find your attic a...
They sometimes dig up lawns and gardens looking for grubs but most people can usually live with that. It is when they get under your house or pool...
Armadillo I caught burrowing under someones house. Their burrows can be extensive and damage to the foundation can occur.
Although their venom is very poisonous their bite and delivery sytem is not.
Pretty snake, just don't get bit. Got this one out of someones pool skimmer.
Good luck on the pics!
Let us know how you do. Good luck!
Bread will work fine. Just keep the trap up off the ground. They are much more cautious on the ground than up higher. Get the larger live trap...
Precisely why it is important to look over your homes to see if all possible entry points are sealed up.
Seal up the entry points with steel hardware cloth. Make sure there are no young inside first, otherwise mom will chew thru the wall to get 'em.
No problem! I really just can't get on here as often as i like. I will probably bump a lot of other threads also. :-D
Go with orange on the walls! Your furnishings and wood floors will tone it down. Anything you hang on the walls will really pop out against the...
In my line of work i get stung so many times by wasps they just feel like mosquito bites now. Ok, maybe a bit worse than that.....
My mother could be at a 5 star restaurant and without looking at the menu she asks how are their frog legs. :lol:
Great photos! Love the fox.
Wire the trap open for a couple of nights with food inside. That gets rid of the their trap 'shyness'.
For starters you can give us in Florida your rain. :-D
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