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PostPosted: 19 Nov 2010, 16:07 
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PostPosted: 19 Nov 2010, 21:08 
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Looks like your backyard is an awsome place to trap!

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Sometimes those back yard "rewards" go un-noticed.

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PostPosted: 20 Nov 2010, 03:11 
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Funny thing is that I just caught another Possum tonight. I've caught more things in this back yard in the city than I ever did using a live trap when I lived out on a farm. Hardly a night goes by that I don't catch something.


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Well, a bit of a jump in the posting dates here, but I'd like to share my recent MN activity. Five, yes 5 skunks in 6 weeks! My barn and surrounding area are quite fragrant! They do hibernate somewhat but come out for a meal when the temperature gets up around 30 - 40 degrees. And, oh do they smell and search out dry cat food! (I had to quit using tuna which worked really well cuz I kept catching my own cat!)

Reading forums and learning from all of you has helped me adapt to living in the country! I'm leaning toward "elderly" but not a sissy, so this life style is an experience made better by you!
Thanks bunches guys!

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PostPosted: 02 May 2011, 19:47 
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alicemae wrote:
Well, a bit of a jump in the posting dates here, but I'd like to share my recent MN activity. Five, yes 5 skunks in 6 weeks! My barn and surrounding area are quite fragrant! They do hibernate somewhat but come out for a meal when the temperature gets up around 30 - 40 degrees. And, oh do they smell and search out dry cat food! (I had to quit using tuna which worked really well cuz I kept catching my own cat!)

Reading forums and learning from all of you has helped me adapt to living in the country! I'm leaning toward "elderly" but not a sissy, so this life style is an experience made better by you!
Thanks bunches guys!


Glad we can help Alicemae. and welcome to the site!

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