All you want to know about Squirrels

Information about All you want to know about Squirrels

Published on March 9, 2014

Author: squirrelremoval



PowerPoint Presentation: Squirrels mainly stick to things that are vegetarian related. Squirrels can eat everything found in your home sight and storing food for later. Squirrels cannot digest cellulose, so they must rely on foods rich in protein, carbohydrates & fats. © Are Vegetarian? Know about what squirrels eat:: Know about what squirrels eat: In temperate regions, early spring is the hardest time of year for squirrels, because buried nuts begin to sprout and are no longer available for the squirrel to eat. So they could eat anything found inside or outside your property. Squirrels even can eat sewage pipe to enter the house. Source: © Facts About Squirrels: Facts About Squirrels During these times, squirrels rely heavily on the buds of trees. Squirrels' diets consist primarily of a wide variety of plants, including nuts, seeds, conifer cones, fruits, fungi, and green vegetation. However, some squirrels also consume meat, especially when faced with hunger. Squirrels have been known to eat insects, eggs, small birds, young snakes, and smaller rodents. Indeed, some tropical species have shifted almost entirely to a diet of insects. Source: © Causes of Squirrel In CANADA:: Causes of Squirrel In CANADA: Squirrels caused irreparable damage to coniferous and broadleaved trees such as beech, oak, sycamore and Norway spruce Squirrels Degraded timber quality Squirrels Raided bird’s nests to prey on eggs and fledglings Squirrels Deprived native British wildlife of food both in the wild and in gardens Squirrels Damaged orchards and gardens Squirrels Damaged historic and ancient woodlands and forests Squirrels Invaded and caused damage to domestic and commercial premises, through building dreys in lofts, tearing up insulation, chewing timber, wires and stored goods. © Contact us: Contact us 80 West Beaver Creek Road Richmond Hill, Ontario - L4B1G5 Canada © E-mail : [email protected] Direct line: 647-776-7739 Toll-Free: 1-866-650-1811

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