My raised garden! Right next to the house, broad day light!
Well, as long as they don't take a dump in it, should be OK!
Somewhere there's a spit-roast with their name on it...
Not raised high enough. Must say they sure seem to be enjoying themselves. Better get out tomorrow and plant some more Deer food.
plenty of sprays on the market to thwart them.
tough ones are moles, voles and chipmunks.
better than a bear... which I read about recently on someone's Florida patio....
Bambi meets Frogboy
actually... this is one of my favourite pics.... Mum left her little one in a well camouflaged place while away... house owners kept their distance until Mum came back about an hour later to collect him...he didn't budge an inch.... gorgeous...
if you want to stop those 'thieves' then you only need to increase the height of the 'fences' that you use around your gardens and property, but atleast you do not NEED to increase the depth of the fence as well as we do here in australia ( those bloody roos are at it again (they can clear either a 10 foot high fence or a 10 foot deep wire barricade (think like the wire barricades used in the first WW around the trenches)so we need to have 10 foot high AND 10 foot deep fences, and do not talk about those 'drop bears', those cunning buggers are occasionally using vines to swing out to land on anything going NEAR(within approx 20 yards) the trees they are in. (the effect is similar to having a between 30 and 60 KILOGRAM thrown canonball hitting on the target (either animal OR vechile). in dropbear country it is safer to travel in a APC, TANK or helicopter(so far the dropbears have not attacked anything above their trees)(even without weapons) than any other type of transport.
Time to try some survival training, let the hunt begin
Cheeky devils! You would think they would read the signs!
Send them a message shoot Bambi's mother, that will teach em.
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