Groundhogs, which are also referred to as woodchucks, are known for their excellent digging and tunneling ability. When they burrow underneath your home, groundhogs can do some serious damage to its foundation. They’re also not shy about making a meal or two out of your strawberries, peas, pansies and other plants you’ve worked so hard to grow. So how do you stop a potentially devastating groundhog invasion on your property?
Step 1: Have a Plan
Start by calling your local game commission to learn the law. Find out if you’re allowed to trap wild animals in your area and if you’re allowed to release them. Finally, determine where you could let the animal go.
Step 2: Get the Right Trap
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