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PeteC wrote: Mon May 20, 2024 2:33 pm Should be safe from cats and snakes! :cheers:
Maybe... But there could be other problems...

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Yes, I've seen monitor lizards running up trees. I can't see a concrete post providing much of a challenge.
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Big Boy wrote:Yes, I've seen monitor lizards running up trees. I can't see a concrete post providing much of a challenge.
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It doesn't bother the snakes :D

I think we need to get back to birds :offtopic:
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