Wildlife in the City

Terry Frewin frewintp@gmail.com
Tue, 05 Nov 2013 21:49:36 PST
This discussion may well be veering off topic, but I for one thoroughly
enjoy hearing about the conditions - which must include the wildlife - that
such a diverse group as this (geographically) learn to contend, and live
and garden with, and am very heartened to hear of so many of us more than
willing it seems, to co-exist with their non-human neighbours and to enjoy
their company.

Reading these stories I realize how fortunate I am (thanks to a 6' fence)
to only have to contend with a couple of sulphur crested cockies who like
to snap off the flower stems of the early bulbs - possibly to do with the
early spring hungry time and they're looking for food -
there..........enough!!!


On Mon, Nov 4, 2013 at 5:37 AM, Joey Russell <rjrussell@cot.net> wrote:

> Priceless!
>
> Joey Russell
> No. CA
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "Leo A. Martin" <leo@possi.org>
> To: <pbs@lists.ibiblio.org>
> Sent: Saturday, November 02, 2013 9:26 AM
> Subject: Re: [pbs] Wildlife in the City
>
>
> > Mark wrote
> >
> >> Escaped domestic or 'pet' pigs will revert back
> >> to their wild state in a relatively short time.
> >> And that doesn't mean the next generation - the
> >> actual escapee will begin to grow hair and
> >> tusks in the wild.
> >
> > That happens to male humans also.
> >
> > Leo Martin
> > Phoenix Arizona USA
> >
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