Making Water Vole Dubbing Substitute Using Pine Squirrel

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Re: Making Water Vole Dubbing Substitute Using Pine Squirrel

Post by SenecaLaker » Sun Oct 02, 2016 7:51 pm

Ray, very nice tutorial. I was out in the backyard and got scolded by a pair of pine squirrels. I will be sampling the fur very soon. I'll be digging out one of my traps very soon. I have a huge red oak in the side yard and a large white pine in the side yard. No shortage of squirrels in this area.

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Re: Making Water Vole Dubbing Substitute Using Pine Squirrel

Post by letumgo » Sun Oct 02, 2016 9:30 pm

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