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Grey Squirrel Control – trapping and shooting ~ by WoodlandsTV

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After his previous film showing the sort of damage the grey squirrel can do, Julian Evans describes the ways of controlling vermin. http://woodlands.co.uk

Posted in: Uncategorised ~ On: 28 February, 2010

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50 comments so far

John Prolo
April 13, 2018

Stephen Mortimer ⬆️⬆️ moron!

sounduser
April 27, 2018

Can you eat them?

Bryce Wiesel
May 22, 2018

Where is your property?

The Misadventures of Jim
December 11, 2018

Shoot them with what? They took away your guns…

Joel Montgomery
June 16, 2019

Kill them all yank bastards

54markl
September 22, 2019

These rotten bastards who hurt squirrels are going to Hell.

54markl
September 22, 2019

You’re a freak if you kill anything, you rural Vermin.

Victoria Salter
October 4, 2019

It’s cruel to kill them unnecessarily… It was us humans who brought them over…

Jeanette Cleary
October 18, 2019

It is illegal in the uk to cause unnecessary harm which includes killing them via drowning, asphyxiation and bludgering. They are a pest so I agree should be got rid of but please don't drown them.

Alex Cannon
February 3, 2020

54markl they completely wreck trees and habitats for other animals. They are not native and most people don’t take pleasure in killing animals. It needs to be done. Have you studied and visited woods and spoken to anyone with any experience?

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