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How Flying Squirrels Got Into an Attic in Atlanta

Gap of about an inch and a quarter between the roof sheathing and the fascia board at a house in Atlanta

Flying squirrel entry gap in Atlanta

Yes, this gap was big enough for flying squirrels to get into the house. They're much smaller and more slender than gray squirrels.

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