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Re: Another one for the list

Subject: Re: Another one for the list
From: william brush
Date: May 02 2001 16:41:34
We Have just finished coating  a pine with some curious American pigeon
deterring spikes in Chelmsford .
V. expensive to buy and a real pain to put up.
It was the option taken because if you put up a fake bird of prey you may
well have no pigeon **** but you will proberly have a lot of mobbing crow
and magpie ****
It still didn't appease the complainer she then decided that the sap was
ruining her paint work on the 4*4!
Will
----- Original Message -----
From: <gary.summerfield@xxxxxxxxxxxxx.gov.uk>
To: "UK Tree Care" <uktc@xxxxxxxxx.co.uk>
Sent: Tuesday, May 01, 2001 12:01 PM
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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