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Old 03-22-2012, 08:39 AM   #1
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Something is digging in my yard at night


I found some holes in my yard and I'm guessing it's a skunk looking for grubs but I wanted to see if anyone else might recognize this as something else. I've found 4 so far.

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With the weather recently, are the night crawlers (worms) out? Probably Could be a skunk, raccoon, or even birds going for an easy late night worm snack.

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The weather HAS been above average here in NW ga. Hopefully it's not a mole or the diggers don't get too willy nilly with digging. lol

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With the weather recently, are the night crawlers (worms) out? Probably Could be a skunk, raccoon, or even birds going for an easy late night worm snack.

birds sleep at night, except owls
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Around my house, that's not the case. There are birds singing and chirping at 2am, 3am even past that at times. But these holes are too deep/big for them to be done by birds I'm now thinking.
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But these holes are too deep/big for them to be done by birds I'm now thinking.
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This is caused by squirrls. They are looking for the nuts that they berried in fall. nothing to be alarmed by.

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