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Trapping Critters for Catch and Release Using Live Traps

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Published on Aug 2, 2012

Dealing with wild animals can often be a problem for people growing a garden, raising chickens, etc. Raccoons, groundhogs, squrriels, and foxes can destroy a lot of your hard work and efforts. An easy and efficient way to address the animal problems is to use live traps, like the Havaharts. They are simple to operate, do a good job of catching the animals, and allow you the option to do catch and release.

Many times, you will catch something other than your intended target. You need to pay close attention to the behavior of the animals when deciding how to proceed. If that animal looks or acts like it may have rabies, it's probably best NOT to try and release it. You have to use your own judgement. But whatever you do, NEVER put yourself in a situation where your act of kindness could end up causing you bodily harm.

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