How Do I Keep Possums out of My Backyard?


Keep all trees and shrubbery trimmed away from the fence. Don't leave out any food source or fallen fruit from trees. Make sure your sprinklers come on just after dawn (optimum time for plant absorption anyway) so that no water is pooled up around the sprinkler head for opossums to use as a water source.
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