How to Make a Chipmunk Trap?


One of the easiest ways to trap a chipmunk is to purchase a Have-A-Heart trap. All you need to do is place a small amount of food inside and wait for the chipmunk to get caught inside the trap.
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How to Build Your Own Chipmunk Trap
If you have a yard or live near the woods, chances are you've noticed chipmunks running around your property as they gather food and excavate new homes. While chipmunks can be beneficial because they eat grubs and other pesky insects, they can also wreak... More »
Difficulty: Easy
You can make a chipmunk trap out of metal or wood, and to make it effective, you need to have some kind of bait, such as oats or nuts, to lure it in.
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Prop up a laundry basket with a stick. Tie a string to the stick. Do this setup where you are seeing the chipmunk. Put his favorite treat under the laundry basket. If you don't know
Purchase and set up chipmunk traps at your local home and garden center. Some traps will kill the chipmunks while others will just trap them. more?
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