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RE: Tree stocking

Subject: RE: Tree stocking
From: Bianca Ambrose-Oji
Date: Sep 16 2020 13:50:00
I await the answer with baited breath!



Along that line of thought involving goats, if this were Kruger National Park 
or other dryland forest areas I have knowledge of, all kinds of inventive 
solutions have been tried to try and stop elephants bark stripping or 
generally interfering with trees particularly in drought years (see photo).  
I have also seen similar protective wrappings in some parts of the Pindus 
mountains in Northern Greece used as a deterrent to climbing bears.

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On Behalf Of Jonathan Astill
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Subject: Re: Tree stocking



A very sensible suggestion Andy.





For fear of receiving theories that the estate are 'protecting it from 
pterodactyls' or 'just want the tree to look sexy' I've done just that.





I'll keep you posted as and when I get a response.





Jonathan















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