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Treats for Wildlife

When not making compost, we toss our vegetable peelings, fruit cores, seeds, crushed egg shells, melon rinds, out under our trees for the wild birds, rabbits, chipmunks, etc. to munch on. With living in the desert, it's a treat for them to find something different. I'm also told that coyotes will eat these same items, too, if they're hungry enough.

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August 27, 20050 found this helpful

We have a possum living underneath our shed. We have small dogs. We are afraid that there is going to be an encounter between them. We want to get rid of the possum so that it doesn't bite our dogs. We believe that it is a female. Last year we found a baby possum in front of the shed. Any suggestions would be appreciated.

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