But myself I don't accord with this they are viewed under invasive species and vermin they destroy forest, woodland and native trees.
They are able to be caught and culled under the wildlife conservation act, albeit within certain parameters. They m multiply and nest several times per year and produce further damage.
If they are near domestic dwellings look at the British conversation for pest control or others UK and International guidelines on these issues.
I open this up for debate because it is an increasing problem locally .
They are akin to large rats in houses and this needs highlighted to make people aware.
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