We had a very mild winter last year. As a result, there are LOTS of chipmunks this year. They have been scampering about all summer, dashing here and there and munching on everything. Now they are busy getting ready for winter, eating and gathering nuts, acorns, seeds…and I noticed today, they have discovered my window boxes!
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