Everything You Need To Know About Squirrel Poop


Let’s get into the world of poop. 

Have you ever noticed little bits of debris around trees, either on the ground or in them?

The chances are that it’s something made by squirrels!

Despite its unappealing name and appearance, this type of scat offers some interesting insights into the lives of these fantastic animals.

As part of their routine activities, squirrels often leave tiny droppings known as “squirrel poop.

Due to its high nutrient content, it can be hazardous if consumed by humans or animals


Squirrel poop can also contaminate soil, water, and food sources around the home, creating a health hazard for nearby people.

It may also contain parasites like roundworms or tapeworms that can infect humans and pets if ingested.

How to Prevent Squirrels From Entering Your Yard

Let's find out how;

Trim tree branches back away from the house so it’s harder for them to jump or climb onto your roof.

1. Make it difficult for squirrels to access areas in your yard

2. Ensure any bird feeders hanging outside are securely mounted at least 5 feet above the ground

3. Secure garbage cans with lids or covers that latch shut, so they can’t get in and rummage through them.

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