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Old 01-18-2014, 08:36 PM   #1
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No mice, yet chipmunks are our unwanted guests

After almost 3 months of in hibernation, we headed south for about 6 weeks. When we arrived at our first night's destination, I found acorns in a folded up throw rug. Then we noticed that in our drawer that our cork hot pads have been chewed on as well.

On interesting point to note, is while mice seem to poop all over the place, chipmunks don't. So now when we're finished with the chipmunk trap outside, I guess we'll have to move it in side our 5'er. Waiting for warm weather to get underneath and try to figure out how their getting inside.

Any thoughts on entrance points.

Adrienne
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