For forty plus years, watching hordes of hungry squirrels gorge themselves on the seeds and suet, carefully placed in my bird feeders, has been somewhat of an annoyance. Initially, I used to blast them with my 12 gauge till Mrs. T and the neighbors began to look askance. Then I encouraged 4 generations of dogs to chase them off. Now, Baron has taken up that job with minimal results as there must be at least 2 large squirrel families living in the pileated woodpecker holes I left for the birds. I'm resigned. Till recently, when I saw the following pictures a fellow birder sent me. I've since decided the problem could be much much worse.