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That sounds a bit paranoid that the birds were 'looking' into your garden ! I would understand if they had a camera or microphone on a pole lol

:uhuh: I've watched them watching from roof tops, seeing where the birds are nesting, they wait until the eggs are laid then swoop, or they wait until the eggs hatch then swoop. Had a couple of chances lately but ban was on, I understand it's now lifted so back to normal. :clap3:

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I think you mean naturalist Barry, Naturists are the ones that like to get their kit off.   Worms do good work Barry, (and Norm, in case your getting silly ideas) they condition the soil.   I do

Left to the conservationists, we will over-run with vermin, be it foxes, badgers, magpies, crows, Herring Gulls, cormorants, mink, otters, thieves, burglars, ...... There have to be controls.

I do like nature and for over 20 years I've encouraged wildlife into my garden and made my garden wildlife friendly but there is now a problem, one fox has developed a taste for hedgehogs and has lear

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On 3/30/2017 at 2:13 PM, Jim Roper said:

Badgers are the main culprit when it comes to the declining hedgehog population, but badgers are easier to control than foxes.

No badgers in my garden, 6ft fence and steel gate.

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