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RE: Another one for the list

Subject: RE: Another one for the list
From: Coish, Neil
Date: May 01 2001 11:10:09
Gary

One thing I have come across before is getting the owner of the tree to put
up fake (obviously) Bird of pray, so it looks like it is roosting in the
offending tree?
It did have some success!

I don't think you can enforce this though, might be worth a try????


Neil Coish.
Arboricultural Technician.

        -----Original Message-----
        From:   gary.summerfield@xxxxxxxxxxxxx.gov.uk
[SMTP:gary.summerfield@xxxxxxxxxxxxx.gov.uk]
        Sent:   Tuesday, May 01, 2001 12:02 PM
        To:     UK Tree Care
        Subject:        RE: Another one for the list

        That seems an easy one to deal with??

        How do I respond, to a not unfamiliar request to selectively prune a
tree so
        the branches no longer look inviting to passing tired birds (
feathered
        kind, before anyone starts). The client is having trouble containing
her
        troublesome tot from picking up 'excessive amounts of bird do do' (
her
        words) from the garden.

         Anyone know Dr Dolittle's e-mail address? I think I need to talk to
the
        animals.

        Gary

        > -----Original Message-----
        > From: Pell, Keith [SMTP:Environment.Group@xxxxxxxxxx.Gov.Uk]
        > Sent: 01 May 2001 11:13
        > To:   UK Tree Care
        > Subject:      Another one for the list
        > 
        > Dear All
        > 
        > We all know that that the spawning of children immediately
metamorphoses
        > previous 'no-problem' trees in to death traps. However, this
morning this
        > familiar line of argument was applied to a 1.5m hawthorn hedge.
Don't
        > think
        > I'll even bother returning the call.
        > 
        > Jon Tesh
        > 
        > 
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