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WOODCHUCKS Sharing our living space with Woodchucks 
  • An adult woodchuck can consume over one pound of vegetation daily
  • Build fences at an outward angle. To prevent woodchucks from digging under the fence, extend it under the ground 1 1/2 feet, or bend it outward at ground level for 18 inches and cover it with soil.
  • For help with large populations of woodchucks contact your local Department of Animal Control.
BREEDING: 2 - 6 young in April/May
ACTIVE: Daytime; hibernate in winter
DIET:Grasses, garden crops
IDENTIFICATION: The entrance hole to a den is 10 - 12' wide.

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