Does anyone know if it is at all possible that a Blue Heron or an Egret would be able to take "5" Koi at one time? Then come back the next day and take 4 more; the next day he/she/they
took the remaining "3". Yes, after the first hit we tried to protect the pond even more than it already is. The pond is relatively well-covered with tree branches. I'm thinkin' the one of the roofers next door came and helped himself to our fish thinking that they were worth $$$. Any thoughts out there? They were so precious to us ~~ some being over 20-years old.
Here's a simple and environmentally friendly way to get rid of them, and you probably have it in your frig right now. It's simple - beer. You have to use it in a special way. See how here: http://the2seasons.com/2012/06/05/lets-get-d...
Commented on May 13, 2013
MARGARET M.: THANKS !! for the early morning laugh on this glorious warm, sunny California
morning. Two Tipsy Pups ~~ must have been quite comical. I imagine their bladders went in to fast-forward gear....(chuckles.)
In late May, the Frank Lloyd Wright Conservancy learned of a pending and potentially disastrous change in ownership for the David and Gladys Wright House in Phoenix, Arizona. Since then,
working in the public arena and with national and local preservation groups as well as laboring behind the scenes, the Conservancy jumped into action to save the building and its site. Despite initial public statements by the new owners that they would not demolish the house, the developers have recently indicated that "it's not a given that the house can be preserved." With possibly less than sixty days remaining to secure the building's future the Conservancy is searching for a new owner and simultaneously working for local historic designation status.
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