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I’ve always wondered what the “peanut gallery” looks like. Now I know….

… it’s part of our roof.


Young Rock Squirrel peering out from under our tiles, where it was born. They are natural in the desert and welcome in our yard, but a problem in the attic and walls.

(Photo A.Shock)

Posted by Allison on May 27th 2013 07:51 am | 2 Comments
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2 Responses to “I’ve always wondered what the “peanut gallery” looks like. Now I know….”

  1. robertaon 27 May 2013 at 9:30 am link comment

    We try our best not to encourage squirrels here as well. They end up devouring all my bird seed.

  2. Allisonon 27 May 2013 at 9:51 am link comment

    Yes, I remember dealing with Gray Squirrels when we lived in St Louis – it was a constant battle to keep them off the feeders! Rock squirrels are a little different than Gray Squirrels — as primarily terrestrial guys they’re not the problem on the bird feeders that the tree-loving Grays are, but their nesting and burrowing habits can be destructive and quite a nuisance.

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