You kill a few and there's thousands right behind them. That works about as well as shooting deer to keep them from eating your garden which means it works for 15 minutes.Nesikep":1b9au1ig said:crows and robins are the worst here in the cherries.. they just get shot
tater74":2uxdv4wn said:Short of shooting them, how do you keep them out of your fruit trees?
Nets are a pain in the behind, i understand that plastic owls don't work. Does hanging cd's or tin foil work?
I would say deer, but if they didn't eat all the cucumbers and vines into the dirt then probably not deer.bbirder":3pl9g86m said:Wife had a few sunflowers blooming along a fence with cucumbers. Today found them all cut back about half stalk with flowers and stalk missing. Seemed to be chewed. Any ideas?
Nesikep":19xnbmci said:I have bears too.. they have short lives here.
We used to have starlings, but we done killed them all, there must be a bad vibe around our place now because they never stop here.. I think they have clans, and when you get rid of a clan, you're free of them for a while.. crows.. well, there's a clan of them too, they go up the river every morning and come back down in the evening.. I loathe them.
You missed the point of the thread. I want to eat the fruit myself and not share with the birds.aventun":26zqz3ni said:
I think you're talking to a robot there, tater.tater74":3ko0npbl said:
I think you’re rightga.prime":v4mjnoxk said:I think you're talking to a robot there, tater.tater74":v4mjnoxk said: