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I have 38 marmot nights so far in 2022


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I park the car at the glamping area and I guess the warmth of the engine attracts them.

Huckleberries: Car engine doesn't start? When was it last checked for  marmots? | The Spokesman-Review

They crawl in and take a nap on my engine and the car wont start due to wires and stuff being chewed.

 

I guess I may have to start marmot proofing the Chrysler like this when I glamp.

Car covered by tarp

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OH, NOOOOOO!

I have a hard time telling the difference between a groundhog, a marmot and a woodchuck.  I saw two rambling beasts of this nature last night in the cemetery.  They are adorable. One ran under a concrete block that is a support for the terracing there.  I really love that place.  The residents are quiet.

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3 minutes ago, Dirtyhip said:

OH, NOOOOOO!

I have a hard time telling the difference between a groundhog, a marmot and a woodchuck.  I saw two rambling beasts of this nature last night in the cemetery.  They are adorable. One ran under a concrete block that is a support for the terracing there.  I really love that place.  The residents are quiet.

So just the one marmot night for you this year?  Wilbur is beating you by 37

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24 minutes ago, Dirtyhip said:

I have a hard time telling the difference between a groundhog, a marmot and a woodchuck. 

This might help.  A woodchuck and a groundhog are 2 names for the same animal.  Now if you want some confusion we could throw a hedge hog in the mix and maybe follow that with a porcupine. 

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23 minutes ago, jsharrwick said:

So just the one marmot night for you this year?  Wilbur is beating you by 37

I saw another one on the bike path about a month ago.  They are stealthy.  None of them on my property though.  

No idea if they are marmots or groundhogs.  Let's just say it's a whistle pig.

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13 minutes ago, Kzoo said:

This might help.  A woodchuck and a groundhog are 2 names for the same animal.  Now if you want some confusion we could throw a hedge hog in the mix and maybe follow that with a porcupine. 

Can we just hand them each a piece of wood and see what they do with it?

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