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Re: Deer

In a message dated 12/18/02 11:07:34 AM, dfranzma@pacbell.net writes:

<<  I can understand the frustration of
having them munching your garden but at some point you just have to say >>

David, have you ever had deer in your garden?  It is not only garden plants 
but they strip the trees of bark which kills them quickly.  The nurseries 
here have quit a time.  This is not to speak of the hi $$ loss in auto 
accidents and, yes, even loss of human life.
    I agree the site of a deer is an touching experience but not in the #s we 
have. I personally have never had them in my garden but they are in 
neighboring gardens and I'm sure sooner or later they will travel thru mine.  
I have much more to offer than any of the home landscapes in my area so they 
will no doubt have a feast.

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