Animal Control In The Garden

Squirrels Eat Our Paper Bags

Anonymous added on August 21, 2015 | Answered

Our friendly neighborhood squirrels seem to have decided that our gardening and charcoal paper bags are tasty. The are constantly eating holes through the bags and we can't figure out how to stop them. They don't eat the things inside the bags, just the bags themselves. Do you have any suggestions on how to stop these little critters from destroying all of our bags?

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Answered on August 21, 2015

Other than keeping these bags in an area where the squirrels cannot access, like a building, shed, garage, etc., you could try placing them in storage containers. This article may also offer some suggestions for repelling these critters from the area:

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