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When I lived in the Isle of Man the local B&Q sold mole traps and squirrel proof bird feeders despite neither of these species living there.MuddyWitch wrote:There are no moles in Ireland.....this is just one more reason to emigrate.
Just because you see two eyes shining in the jungle at night, do not think that the worse thing that could happen is that you are about to be attacked by a tiger. It could be two one-eyed tigers.
I usually refer to them as the "synchronised ground support" for the pigeons aerial attack? What is that Pigeons, rabbits and moles all have against a perfectly arranged veg patch. I often wonder whether they meet to discuss their strategic approach to veg patch destruction!