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Old 24-10-2013, 10:05   #31
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Re: End bird droppngs

I tried the fishing line in many conceivable configurations. Plus I spread around a couple fancy rubber snakes. The snakes actually move in the wind. NO LUCK!! I will spend a half hour removing the fishing line and hosing off the new poooop! I will try hanging the CD's. Thank you everyone for your input. BTW, Zeehag, how many little birds does your Bubba eat in one sitting? Please post your recipe'.
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Old 24-10-2013, 10:54   #32
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Re: End bird droppngs

Arrrrgh! Birds are the worst! I have found that rock salt spread around invites them to try a piece...of course they hate it. This year I will put it all over the finger pier and see if they stay away. Bird poop is grossly unsanitary and nourishes green slime....oh the horror! Our marina manager has a noisy Corgy that would do the trick but would likely bite everyone.... Its a problem.

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