You just had your nuts stolen by a chipmunk. Sucks to suck. What went wrong to have this occur? First of all, you should’ve kept them hidden where a chipmunk couldn’t see them and secondly, you should’ve kept them someplace safe where they couldn’t reach them. Don’t let chipmunks take your nuts, make sure they’re well protected. Guard them like you’re protecting your future kids. You should be especially wary in the fall, because they don’t discriminate. Big nuts, small nuts, brown nuts, black nuts, hard nuts, soft nuts, peanuts, walnuts, anything they can get their hands on. Protect your nuts at all costs.
Chipmunk’s in the fall are preparing for hibernation and they are trying to get fat for winter. (Kind of like Americans, for us winter is the whole year). Always make sure to watch your nuts at all times and keep them locked away. Chipmunks can take nuts in big loads too, so if you have a big stash, make sure to be extra careful. The average chipmunk can fit up to 6 acorns in it’s mouth at one time. That’s about 1/4 of their body weight. That’s quite a feat in my opinion. I recommend either not eating nuts, or just being very, very careful with them. Don’t let chipmunk’s get near your nuts and you should be fine.