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COUNTDOWN TO BABY SEASON: A Squirrelly Situation
Like most wildlife babies, squirrels can be difficult to find in an attic when we do our search. Typically, squirrels babies are content being huddled together in their nest and generally very quite, making our attic search to find them very extensive. Although this is the case inside the attic, squirrels sure can scream. When a baby squirrel is in distress it repeats a high-pitched call that can be heard by momma squirrel a few hundred yards away.
On the other hand, when we open the attic hatch mother racoons will get up from her nesting site, startling her babies causing them to start “chirping” to call out for her. This makes our job a little easier as we can follow the sound of their chirping and narrow down our search.
All baby squirrels removed are placed in one of our release jugs next to the entry hole to be relocated by their mother that day.
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