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Old Posted: 04-07-2009 , 08:08 PM #31
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Default Bubbles! MEEEEE!!!??

Hi there bubbles, i am curious to know who you are as i introduced you to this site, according to your good self, will you PM me and let me know who bubbles is!!
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Old Posted: 07-07-2009 , 09:07 PM #32
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Hi there bubbles, i am curious to know who you are as i introduced you to this site, according to your good self, will you PM me and let me know who bubbles is!!
xxminnie pal.




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Old Posted: 15-07-2009 , 11:26 AM #33
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It looks great, well done.
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Old Posted: 18-07-2009 , 04:00 PM #34
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Thanks colmsmum!
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Old Posted: 18-07-2009 , 09:48 PM #35
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Thats a great birdbath, well done on restoration. I have had a container of water for the birds for years and its amazing the number of birds who visit it each day, but its on the ground and I have had unwanted visitors (vermin) this week and the cheeky b*****s were out there in daylight eating some pea seeds that I had dropped. (though glad I spotted it). Pestcontroller told me to get rid of water on ground so need a raised bird bath.
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Old Posted: 18-07-2009 , 10:02 PM #36
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thanks for that info, Etann, oh, have i got that right? its the patio person here ok!
My bird bath is on the ground until i can find a fallen tree trunk which i can use as a base. I must lift it off now you mention it will attract vermin.
my main prob is the whole population of dun laoghaire starlings are visiting every time i put out fat balls and i think frigthtening the sparrows away. No sign of any other birds here, like blue tits and all that breed of small birds, I want em but none seem to be in locality. would so love to see em.
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Old Posted: 19-07-2009 , 07:37 PM #37
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Thats a great birdbath, well done on restoration. I have had a container of water for the birds for years and its amazing the number of birds who visit it each day, but its on the ground and I have had unwanted visitors (vermin) this week and the cheeky b*****s were out there in daylight eating some pea seeds that I had dropped. (though glad I spotted it). Pestcontroller told me to get rid of water on ground so need a raised bird bath.


Thanks Etana, I love the birdbath and have never seen one like this before or since then!!!
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