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Post by birdsdata.. » Wed, 09 Jan 2013 21:45:03

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Post by a425coupl » Wed, 09 Jan 2013 23:27:21

-The world is inhabited with over 9000 species of birds. ---
-Our list of bird types covers a wide array ----
-The birds in your garden are like the flowers in your plants and
shrubs; ---
-Birds never stop to fascinate us, ---

I guess I thank you for posting here, something at
least related to rec.ponds.

We often enjoy birds,,,, but not so much the herons.
The ducks are always a 'blast'
and below is one of what I consider the "old & great" posts.

While searching through my old "sent" for something
totally else, I cam upon this great one:
(ID's mostly purged = privacy??)


> Davy, My condolences on the ducks. Lot's of discussion in the past on this
> subject. Here's a classic "duck" post:
> -------- Original Message --------
>>Subject: Re: Ducks and Ponds
> Date: Sat, 20 Mar 1999 00:09:02 +1300
>>From: Ixx
>> We have a man-made pond and wondered
>> if it is possible to buy baby duck to
>> put at the pond,

> Wooah Tina... Don't rush into this duck thing. I have a Peking, its a
> beautiful white innocent thing that poops in
> unbelievable quantities. Never mind about a bio-filter, you are going
> to need a sewerage system suitable for a small town to deal with what
> this duck is going to do to your pond.
>> would they stay or would they leave?
> No need to fret on this account - ducks never take the hint. Chuck `em
> it in the air and it'll come right back. Sure it will occasionally
> wander out onto the highway, but motorists would rather run off the
> road and kill all their passengers than hit a duck that's sitting looking
> right at them. Look closely at the general design of your average duck,
> notice that
> the cranium is small. It is my belief that if you could take all the duck
> brains in the world and combine them in a sort of super organic
> computer you would basically have a machine with a loose bowel and a
> vocabulary limited to: "quack". A duck is a natural born lobotomy.---
>>Would we need to put a fence around it?
> Sure, fence your duck, but it won't do you any good. You will still
> hear screeching tires on the road and the neighbors will still phone you
> up
> to say your duck is harassing their cat again. --

(knowing I'm over a week late, and some sense short!)

Thank you so much for posting this.

(By the way, racoons will kill ducks, but many
might think that 'cure' is worse than the problem.)


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Post by deonroc » Wed, 16 Jan 2013 05:04:26

Interesting information....



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Post by thomaspou » Thu, 07 Feb 2013 03:41:38

Now many people can be coordinate with birds with this information....