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Before placing your trap, check with the wildlife control office or humane society chapter in your area to learn about your shrew trapping and relocation options.
If you have an outdoor shrew issue, place your trap at the entrance of the burrow where the animal is residing. For indoor trapping, place your trap along a wall in an area where you’ve noticed signs of shrew activity.
Bait your trap with shrew delicacies such as small insects, bacon or sliced hot dogs. For more bait options and baiting tips, read How To: Shrew Baits »
Set your shrew trap according to the instructions included with the device. Once set, test your trap by pressing on the trigger plate.
Check your trap first thing in the morning and once or twice during the day if possible. You do not want to leave an animal trapped longer than necessary.
For release, transport the shrew to a wooded area far away from your home and other population sources.