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My client has a round plastic compost bin and so far I have caught three fully grown rats inside it on three successive nights. The bin is pretty empty with a few tasty morsels to temp the rats. The rats have been able to enter the bin because it has not been dug in to the ground allowing them to easily burrow through the leaves and light undergrowth under the plastic to get to the food. The location is very close to Centennial Park so the eradication of this family is great for the local native birdlife. With so many reports of rats at this time having a regular trapping program is important for the safety of our native birdlife. Contact us at bugless for traps, poisons or if you would like a trapping program set up in your garden

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