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    Thumbs down How do I keep squirrels out of the bird houses?

    I need some ideas. I bought two bird feeders and really was excited to watch all these fancy birds eating seeds, but then these tosser squirrels found out about it and all the free food, and now they are hogging the feeders and the poor birds cant entertain me
    I dont want the squirrels here. What can I do? Bring back the birds!


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    Place the bird feeders away from trees and mix black pepper in with the bird feed.
    squrrels hate pepper


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    Have you tried lubing up the pole so the fucker cant get up to the birdhouse . Or maybe some industrial grease would be much better but very messy to apply ! Check out this little fucker , he sure gets around
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    Are they red or grey squirrels Dolly?
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    Quote Originally Posted by rimmerguy View Post
    Have you tried lubing up the pole so the fucker cant get up to the birdhouse . Or maybe some industrial grease would be much better but very messy to apply ! Check out this little fucker , he sure gets around
    Very innovative Brother Rimmer.......a new application for Dolly's lube.

    Alternatively Dolly, next time the little fecker enters the garden, just confront him and ask him how he'd fancy a butt plug sans lube up his little rodent ass.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ber View Post
    Are they red or grey squirrels Dolly?
    The picture looks like a reddish grey one to me......the red squirrel has a bushier tail and larger ears than the grey one. The North American Red Squirrel lives in pine woods and feeds on the seeds of pine and spruce cones, toadstools, bird's eggs and young, whereas the Grey Squirrel lives in mixed woodland and open parkland and eats beech mast, nuts, berries,fungi,eggs, small birds and some carrion.

    Post a picture and we'll identify the little critter for you.

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    you need rover he will fix them squirrels
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    Dolleeeee! I'd stand guard and protect your birdies from the nasty squirrels any day.

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