DoorGunner

Caught the baby.

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Still some damage to the garden even after trapping the Groundhog and relocating. Reset the trap early this morning and came up with this little guy. 

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2 mins ago, nightfighter said:

Wait did you use for bait?

Slice of cantaloupe. The love it. 

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1 hour ago, DoorGunner said:

Still some damage to the garden even after trapping the Groundhog and relocating. Reset the trap early this morning and came up with this little guy. 

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He looks sad.

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He sez hey buddy whyn’t stick a finger in here…

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You trapped the mother and relocated her not knowing at this time of the year that  they have babies.

 

You kind of  dissapoint for a a guy who seems to know a bit about nature,

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4 mins ago, CATCHnRELEASE said:

You trapped the mother and relocated her not knowing at this time of the year that  they have babies.

 

You kind of  dissapoint for a a guy who seems to know a bit about nature,

You never say anything nice

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2 hours ago, DoorGunner said:

Still some damage to the garden even after trapping the Groundhog and relocating. Reset the trap early this morning and came up with this little guy. 

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Unfort those cute little buggers do lots of damage. Local farmers humanely euthenanize

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24 mins ago, Goldy said:

Unfort those cute little buggers do lots of damage. Local farmers humanely euthenanize

All the ones around here get an ear infection and never come back.

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