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The comb divider can be use to contain the grey squirrel to one end of the cage
The comb divider can be use to contain the grey squirrel to one end of the cage until dispatch
Best used in pairs
Your first step to catch your Grey Squirrel is to do a little detective work. Find the path that the squirrel is using to your loft or where ever it shouldn't be. To find this path, you must first watch your grey squirrel's routine. Normally, a grey squirrel will leave the nest at daybreak or shortly after in search of food. If you can get up this early and stay awake it's the best time to watch and wait. Find a place where you can view your house and the squirrel's entrance hole. Be very still, and watch how the squirrel gets to or from it's home to your's. E.g. climbing, jumping or both. Once you discover this path, you should place the squirrel trap accordingly.
Choosing your trap.
If your grey squirrel is bounding around your garden use our humane squirrel trap pictured above, simple & effective.
If the squirrel is in your loft, waking you up at some un-holy hour use our squirrel trap loft kit this contains everything you need.
If your squirrel has a set route every day try our runthrough squirrel trap as this requires no baiting but is more difficult to set.
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