Condo Culture: The holes squirrels enter becomes a great place for water leaks and passage for other animals

Q: I live in a condo community where some residents insist on feeding the squirrels. This has resulted in digging up of the gardens and peanut shells everywhere, including the community garden. The condo manager has received reports of noises in the attic regarding squirrel entry. At a recent meeting owners were told not to feed the squirrels, however, some are still doing it. What can we do to help resolve this problem before it gets any further out of hand?    Read more……


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