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Common Winter Wildlife Threats

Every winter, during the holiday season, something not-so-magical happens. Animals that are usually content to stay outside of our homes, find a way inside. They do this because our homes are much cozier than a log, cave, or hole. And, when it comes to winter wildlife threats, there are two creatures that many people don’t take seriously, though they should. We’re going to focus on these two animals in today’s article.

When you see squirrels and chipmunks playing around in your yard, what do you do? Do you run to the internet and look for ways to make your yard less attractive to them? Do you immediately search for food sources in your yard and get rid of them? Do you spend hours examining your exterior walls and sealing any gaps, cracks, or holes you see so that these two critters don’t get in? If you’re like most people, you don’t.

2 Reasons Most People Don’t Worry About Squirrels And Chipmunks

If you have squirrels or chipmunks in your yard, it is a good idea to discourage them from coming near your exterior walls. This can be done by removing locations of harborage and getting rid of food sources.

It is also important to make your exterior walls and roof hard to breach. Seal any holes, gaps, or cracks, and trim tree limbs and bushes to prevent these creatures from using them as bridges.

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