Leave the opossum alone and enjoy watching wildlife in your own backyard.
However, if the opossum is injured or an orphan (less than 7 inches from nose to
Mar 31, 2015 ... How to get rid of an opossum can be tricky but with a little perseverance, the
backyard possum may be convinced to move elsewhere.
This is one of the easiest alternatives of how to get rid of several possums in yard.
If there are any wood piles, you'd better keep them in a shed or tight shelter.
They can actually help keep your yard free of these pests. They are far less of a
health risk to you or your children or pets than nearly any other wild animal.
If you've got opossums in your yard, chances are you did something to lure them
there. Possums will eat almost anything. Insects, carrion, rodents, amphibians, ...
An opossum, or possum, can be a nuisance if it moves into your yard, but you can
get rid of it by keeping it away from places it isn't wanted and making life ...
It is natural for every individual's backyard to be infested with various insects and
pests that need to be eliminated. Fortunately, majority of them are not difficult to ...
Smelly as it may be, fox urine placed in the yard may help to deter them.
Predator's urine may sometimes help in discouraging the opossum, especially if it
is a ...
Mar 23, 2010 ... This is my brother dealing with his possum infestation problem. ... I have three
wild baby possums in my back yard their so cute so I'm going to ...
I seriously doubt that if your dogs were a threat (which I'm sure they are) that this
possum would want to remain in your yard much longer.