On Sun, 15 Feb 2009 21:09:55 -0500, HK <payer33859@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
If we have mice in the backyard (and I am sure we do), I've not seen
any. What with wandering raccoons, foxes, possums, owls, hawks, et
cetera, the mouse problem, if there were one, would be under control.
These guys take care of my rodent problems
Haven't seen too many snakes, either. Did see a black racer a few years
ago crossing my driveway into the woods.
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