How to Get Rid of Squirrels in the Attic
Squirrels in attic can get to be really irritating at times. In this following article, we will look through the varied ways in which one can get rid of these squirrels.
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Albino Squirrels
Squirrels with white fur are often referred to as white squirrels, but they can be albinos too. This article sheds some light on albinism in squirrels.
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Where do Squirrels Live?
Simple as this question may sound, most of the people will not be able to answer it confidently. If people are confused about the habitat of squirrels, it is because of the great deal of diversity we get to see in this rodent family.
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Squirrel Traps
Are you fed up of squirrels wreaking havoc in your home? Squirrel traps can be of great use in trapping the nasty little rodents.
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How to Get Rid of Squirrels
Squirrels can be fun, as long as they are out of your compound. These cute little creatures can cause significant damage, once they find their way into the house and the garden.
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Pet Flying Squirrels
Flying squirrels are small rodents that have an ability to glide through the air. Though they are wild animals, they are timid and gentle, and surprisingly turn out to be great and affectionate pets.
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Gray Squirrels
Gray squirrels are those that are gray in color. They are quite commonly found. This article provides some more information about the same.
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Keeping Your Squirrel Happy and Healthy
Squirrels can be affectionate pets. They are usually playful. They are masters at doing tricks and jumping around. While keeping them as pets, some care needs to be taken.
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Facts about California Ground Squirrels
Fact about California ground squirrels
One of the most common species of ground squirrels in the western parts of America, California ground squirrels have gained notoriety as garden pests. Here are some facts about the creatures.
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Flying Squirrel Facts
Fact about Siberian flying squirrel
As bizarre as it may sound, squirrels with the ability to fly from one tree to another do exist. If we are not aware of the existence of flying squirrels or interesting facts about them for that matter, then it is most likely...
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Facts about Black Squirrels
Fact about black squirrels
What are black squirrels? Where are they found? What gives them their black color? Are they a separate species? Here, we will answer these and many more questions for you. Take a look.
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How is a Chipmunk Different from a Squirrel?
Difference between chipmunk and squirrel
How do you differentiate a chipmunk from a squirrel? One - by watching it closely and two - by reading this Buzzle post.
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Facts About Japanese Dwarf Flying Squirrels
Fact about Japanese dwarf flying squirrels
Japanese dwarf flying squirrels are a group of flying squirrels that are a rather rare sight, which has made them all the more interesting to study about. Buzzle provides some facts about these cute critters.
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Do Squirrels Hibernate or Migrate in Winter?
Hibernation period of Arctic ground squirrels
The prevailing confusion about hibernation in squirrels might have something to do with the fact that there are 280-odd squirrel species in the world, and not all of them hibernate. So, what do the non-hibernating squirrels do in...
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Homemade Squirrel Traps
If squirrels eating your precious bulbs and tulips are gifting you nightmares - or better still - sleepless nights; it's time you buckle up to get rid of them. By making your own squirrel traps and applying a few methods prescribed...
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Facts about Squirrels
Fact about flying squirrels
Squirrels are small tree animals, with a very cute bushy tail and sharp teeth. They are fast, really intelligent, and always alert! It is fun to watch them and their amusing gestures.
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Homemade Squirrel Repellent
Though they are innocent-looking fluffy little critters, squirrels can actually destroy your garden by digging up the bulbs and feeding on the buds. Here are some recipes for preparing homemade squirrel repellents.
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How to Keep Squirrels Out of Your Garden
Squirrels seem to be really cute, but are known to be a nuisance to gardeners. If you are one of those gardeners that need respite from these rodents as well, then I have a few useful suggestions to help you...
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Sleeping and Nesting Habits of Squirrels
Sleeping and nesting habits of squirrels
Squirrels are busy little rodents, always gathering food or running around. Do they ever rest or sleep? Of course they do! Check out the sleeping and nesting habits of squirrels in this Buzzle write-up.
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Squirrel Trapping Tips
Trapping squirrels is indeed a complicated affair. If you are not aware of the right techniques, then all your efforts will go in vain. It's because squirrels are also prompt enough to fool you. We have provided you some tips for...
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Fox Squirrel Facts
A compilation of some fox squirrel facts intended to introduce you to a species which is known for its gregarious and playful nature. Now these are some qualities which you seldom associate with animals in wilderness, but fox...
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Baby Squirrel Care
A baby squirrel will not survive for long, if it stays cold for a long time. It is extremely essential to keep it warm and hydrated. This write-up provides instructions on caring for a baby squirrel.
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How to Catch a Squirrel
So, you think squirrels are cute? They are born foragers and they can forage anywhere, even your house. If a squirrel already has been a nuisance to you, it's time to get hold of this culprit.
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What do Squirrels Eat
We often come across squirrels around our homes, but seldom do we pay attention to what they eat. Not many people are aware of the fact that their feeding habits go well beyond nuts and corn.
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How to Keep Squirrels Away From Bird Feeders
They may look cute, but the presence of squirrels in your backyard can turn out to be a nuisance if you are a bird-feeding enthusiast. In such circumstances, a squirrel-proof bird feeder can come to your rescue.
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Facts About Red Squirrels
The demure and unique red cousin of the gray squirrel, the American Red Squirrel's 'chuk-chuk' in the conifers is no more just a sign of its survival. It is an appeal to man to help the tiny creature thrive and add to the beauty of...
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