Be critter keeper — as in, keep them outside

After a great deal of searching for that perfect place, my husband and I finally found a beautiful log cabin set in the rustic woods of southern Brown County. With the cabin came all of the splendor one would expect to find — an avalanche of birds of all sorts, most of which we can’t even identify, a raccoon family that visits the bird feeders each evening, and wild turkeys that occasionally stroll by.

Not to forget the deer that will nibble on almost anything.

Unfortunately, a few of the critters had even made their way into the cabin as it stood patiently waiting for someone to purchase it. Flying squirrels had made their way into the attic through the holes of woodpeckers. Wood bees found the logs to their liking and had set up residence.

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