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Homeowners seeing more of cute but destructive chipmunks

A mild winter may be one explanation for the seeming explosion in the chipmunk population.
A mild winter may be one explanation for the seeming explosion in the chipmunk population.
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Ellen Johnston’s garden has become a buffet for unwanted guests. “They’ve been at my beans,” said Schenectady resident Johnston. “You spend so much effort and money on a garden and you wake up one morning and it’s all gone. So I’m at war.” Chipmunks are the opposition. Their family name is sciuridae, their rank is rodentia and their numbers are in the dozens at Johnston’s home on Ardsley Road. Other Capital Region homeowners may have ...


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