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    Default Article: Nut Balls For Squirrels

    Helpful information and recipe for raising orphaned or injured squirrels

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    Default Re: Nut Balls For Squirrels

    Hi
    I have a lot of questions about these nutballs. Sorry if they're stupid or basic, but I'm new to wildlife feeding:

    1) are they appropriate (or preferred) for the regular wild squirrels (ie all recipes I've found make specific references that they are optimal for rescues/orphans);

    2) are they appropriate (preferred) for other wildlife such as raccoons and feral cats (again, non-rescue, -orphan);

    3) I've never read whether squirrels actually seem to like these recipes...do they?

    THANK YOU for any comments. These sound great for all wildlife. I don't have rescues but I also would rather put out a more healthy healthy variety of foods for the guys if they'll eat it.

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    Default Re: Nut Balls For Squirrels

    1) are they appropriate (or preferred) for the regular wild squirrels (ie all recipes I've found make specific references that they are optimal for rescues/orphans);
    They're safe, but not necessary for healthy wild animals. These are specially formulated for animals in captivity that would otherwise lack proper nutrients from a wild diet.

    2) are they appropriate (preferred) for other wildlife such as raccoons and feral cats (again, non-rescue, -orphan);
    No.

    I've never read whether squirrels actually seem to like these recipes...do they?
    My Squirrels love them. Click image for larger version. 

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