Hey You!

Guinea Fowl

Guinea Fowl

Get out of my tree!

Why?

Guinea Fowl lawn damage

Guinea Fowl lawn damage

Because you and your mates scratch my lawn to shreds in minutes!

 

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33 thoughts on “Hey You!

      1. franciscocamacho2016

        Many times I don’t receive e-mails, many times I receive two or tree of same post, so …. you now

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      2. franciscocamacho2016

        Many times I don’t receive e-mails .. Many times I receive two or tree of same post, so. .. you now noticed ..kkkkk Excuse me..!!! : o )

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    1. scifihammy Post author

      It really is sad to go in my garden and see what havoc these birds have wrought in such a short time!
      I have let LM out to chase them away on occasion, first making sure there were no baby chicks! GF can fly perfectly well, unlike chickens!

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  1. Garfield Hug

    My goodness! Destructive little fellas. Hmm thank goodness we do not have these birds running loose in the wild as house owners here pay a whopping sum for Japanese grass or we call carpet grass. Poor you…you will need to patch these scratchings 😦

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    1. scifihammy Post author

      Sadly it takes us years to get our grass to grow anyway! I checked there were no little chicks in the “confusion” of Guinea Fowl, then let LM out to chase them away! 🙂

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      1. Garfield Hug

        Aaah…send in the dogs….ha ha…poor LM may be pooped from all that chasing. If these birds were in less developed countries…hmm they will be poached and roasted for food by the villagers ha ha 🙂

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      2. scifihammy Post author

        haha Small garden, only a few steps of chasing! And actually Guinea Fowl are protected- you are not allowed to kill them, or believe me, they would not be the nuisance they are!!

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