Have You Noticed More Critter Damage This Year?

Tim Eck teck11@embarqmail.com
Sun, 26 Apr 2015 19:32:19 PDT
As kids we referred to rabbit droppings as 'smart pills' and get the younger
kids to eat them.  The next time we tried to get them to eat them they would
be a lot smarter.

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From: pbs [mailto:pbs-bounces@lists.ibiblio.org] On Behalf Of Vivien
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Subject: [pbs] Have You Noticed More Critter Damage This Year?

I don't know yet how much vole damage I have and we don't have deer (as far
as I know - there have been sightings in the neighborhood) but there has
been extensive rabbit damage.  What's different this year is that it's at
different heights, up to about 4+ feet off the ground, depending on how high
the snow was that day.  I'm most irritated at the pruning a young
Rhododendron vaseyii got; also oakleaf hydrangea, blueberries, and young
apple trees.  The evidence, besides the plant damage, was a truly remarkable
layer of droppings all over the lawn once the snow finally melted.



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