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Help needed. What kind of critter is pooping on my engine cover?


every night for last week something is getting in to the engine compartment and pooping on the cover. Moved the car out to the road and it still found it and continues to do it . Found some small white hairs and once there was dirt and a worm left also?. Any ideas and what to do about it? 50C2E24E-61A2-4483-8A2B-9FA67226ED8E.pngF6DD703D-610B-46D2-9DDD-0D2F2EE666FD.png



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Wow something that has some size to it. Pretty big dumps. We will have to get John (Striper) to analyze it. He works for a pest control company now.

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Where are you located? It could be a marmot.


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Peachland, BC



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Located in Victoria. We do have marmot on the island but not a lot in the city.

 



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Bobcat ?

 

 

Sorry,...had to no



-- Edited by Greaser on Sunday 13th of December 2020 05:36:38 PM

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This guy? biggrin

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Well, it's not rats, even though they're common in Victoria. Maybe a squirrel with irritable bowel syndrome. :)

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I am thinking it is a marmot judging by the coarse short hair shown in the picture plus the poop is to big for a rat or squirrel.



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If it's a marmot, you'll have to live trap it. Use some apple pieces. or carrot to lure it. Then take it for a drive.

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My guess: Neighbours cat or Racoon.
Not as dark as Id expect but thatd depend on their diet.

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I'm thinking Koon also. Maybe put some flour on the intake cover and get some prints? Then we can arrest the bastard for trespassing!



-- Edited by hawkeye5766 on Monday 14th of December 2020 02:19:21 AM

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StriperSS wrote:

If it's a marmot, you'll have to live trap it. Use some apple pieces. or carrot to lure it. Then take it for a drive.


 Go east..not west! Sooke is off limits! biggrinbiggrin



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hawkeye5766 wrote:
StriperSS wrote:

If it's a marmot, you'll have to live trap it. Use some apple pieces. or carrot to lure it. Then take it for a drive.


 Go east..not west! Sooke is off limits! biggrinbiggrin


 Oh C'mon Jim. Your property has everything needed for wildlife release!:)



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Thanks for the advice guys, I think its time for a call to pest control company here.



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Are Marmots Ford fanboys/girls?

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Do you have wild turkeys in Victoria?

c8863151ae09ad6e07485906b7f95532.jpg Turkeys in the Mist



-- Edited by Greaser on Monday 14th of December 2020 02:49:36 PM

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Never Heard of wild turkeys in Victoria.



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r66sd wrote:

Never Heard of wild turkeys in Victoria.


 

....they were real close a year ago, they should have been in Victoria by now. wink

 

Flock of wild turkeys invade Mill Bay neighbourhood, 'gobble' up plants  December 2019.

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