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Squirrel Entry Gap in a House in Valdosta, Georgia

Gap of about two inches at the edge of the roof sheathing allowed squirrels into a house in Valdosta Georgia

Squirrel entry gap in Valdosta

These gaps are by the far the most common way that squirrels get into houses. This gap was found at a squirrel-removal job in Valdosta, Georgia.

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