Where I live, you’ve got as much a chance of seeing an armadillo as you do an 100 degree day. But, for those of you way down south and west, the Dasypus novemcinctus can be a fairly common sight. Seeing them isn’t a problem until they turn up in your yard and garden and begin to root up flowers or vegetables. I hear they can also be a threat to your backyard chicken eggs.
What to do? Well, I came across this answer to dealing with an aggressive armadillo on a message board:
“My friend Lisa, who I occasionally do a radio show with, is always a proponent of the urine approach. “That’s how everyone else in Nature does it!” says she, and you know, she’s right. Try it…
I choose to live and let, and have chosen urine as my weapon of choice – Scott”
Armadillos? We’ve got a pee for that – and it happens to be coyote urine. So, instead of trying to trap the horny, hard shelled animals – I’d rather collect pee than tangle with an armadillo – put the all natural, organic power of predator urine to work for you.
Until I find more words. . .
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