Re: OT- Wildlife
> I guess everyone might be starting to tire of the wildlife theme. =
> Having brought up the subject of rabbits (sorry) it certainly has been =
> interesting to hear of all the wildlife in America - such an assortment =
> of creatures that we don't have here in Australia.
> I guess that leads me to relate about the kangaroos. We have a few =
> living locally but don't see a lot of them. However, there was one in =
> my iris patch one morning who virtually came and stood beside me =
> (obviously a pet someone had dumped) while I was admiring some spikes. =
> I don't know if they are keen on eating the irises but they sure as hell =
> can crush them well. With a bit of luck they'll remain in the wilds and =
> not stomp through my patch too often.
> Sue Stribley
> South Australia - after a couple of nice sunny spring days the rain has =
Kangaroos! Now that's what I call BIIIIIG bunnies. Can eat anything he
(or she) desires. Anyone with ideas, short of 30-06 rifles, on how to
deter kangaroos from stomping an iris patch?