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RE: breeding injury

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Posted by: bradtort at Fri Jul 24 15:21:05 2009  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by bradtort ]  
   

>>does it matter what type of log so long as it is not cedar because right now i have a pile of sticks from lilac/some type of evergreen(not cedar) and the stuff from the ever green was dead if it makes a difference should i have more than one outdoor hide box because i have one in their out door enclosue and whatever burrows they have dug. thank you for the reply.

Don't have pine or cedar in my yard, so I never thought about it. I'd look the wood up on the web for toxicity.

Multiple hide boxes could help.



   

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