Squirrel woes...really sad
for the squirrel. I guess my other post didn't take but I need to know what kind of predator in suburban NJ will store it prey say in a storage shed corner under cover. I admit the shed was left open last night- not a typical occurrence.
I went out this morning to put the grill back into the shed but when I moved the grill cover there lay a headless dead squirrel. I would say its a fresh kill the insects hadn't found it yet and the flesh was still bright red. I found its front leg but not its head.
Which leads to another question? How to dispose of the carcass responsibly? I don't think it should sit around waiting for garbage pickup.
truly skeeved out on the bayshore,