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Tree rats - part 2

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I don't know how those little buggers know it, but I am just itching to sic my new Remington .17 HMR on them, and they are nowhere around any longer. Now I see a lot of what look like squirrel nests in the trees, but how do you tell a squirrel nest from the nest of some more innocent critter? Is there any good rule of thumb to use to be able to tell the difference?

If they won't come to me, I will go to them......:madeuce:
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Tricky little devils, ehhh?

I'm no expert on Floridian tree rat nests. I'd have to use a more sinical approach. I'd set up a nice feeding station somewhere right in line with a nice, hidden bench rest. Let the little buggers use it freely for a week or so. Then, once they get used to it and start becoming competitive, LET'EM HAVE IT!
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