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milgred was certainly killed by a sparow hawfor you but as i said before his mate soon gets over it and you said he has a new mate,nature can be cruel but that is nature for you
yes Richard i too have a 8x4 shed next to our back door,before lining it with hardboard i stuffed it with i think rockwall then panneled with hardboard,i have like venterlation at the apex at each end,my window faces the bird station were i can watch the birds at close range,some even perch on the l...
im 73 years of age, been there got the t shirt etc,lived in the countryside all my life,i would be pleased to answer any questions you feel you would like a answer too
ive just got rid of my wind up gramaphone,i think i might be a little behind in this lastest gadget is it powerd by a accululater,as i got rid of that too, if so i will wait for the wireless radio to come along,am i in the right centuary,do you think?
we have a larg pond which was filled with fish,but a heron cleared our pond of the fish,and since then the pond has been crystal clear so you really dont need fish as they are the culprets for causing algae,just instal some water plants and mother nature will do the rest,forget about straw etc,anoth...
pigeons are strange birds they do miss their mate but they do seem to get over rather quick at the loss of a mate as i have noticed,i to felt sad when this happened,but low and behold they soon find another mate,i suspect a sparrow hawk was the culprit ,i have witnessed this happening,and i do know ...
hi macleaf please tell me how u got to know how that workd ??? hi tiddles,i live in the country and this has been proven,they can detect the presence of humans through the smell of hair,they are very much cleverer than humans,and as such can smell a humans for at least a quarter of a mile,so believ...
the best and most easiest way to deter foxes are as follows get youwife stockings,place human hair inside and place around your borders,
What a shame. It is a fear we all live with, but that is why he catches them because they are easier to catch than the fast running, and hiding in burrows, rabbits. But that is the way of the wild, if you let your poultry live a 'natural' life I am afraid. My OH pee's around the back fence which se...
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