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These are Irelands only distributer of Magnum traps! Now knowing this country its probably cheaper to buy direct from Magnum, but shipping costs seem to be rising all the time lately so might be worth inquiring !
This place is only down the road from me, so might call in some time when Im passing!
I was in the butchers and George was in there. George is a f**king legend! The most the man ever seems to wear is a tee shirt. Socks are Not George.
Rumored to be in his mid sixties, he has that scary sense of exceptional vigor about him. Call George a nasty name and run away? You'd die tired! It wouldn't matter that ye nineteen. George would out pace ye. Then he'd get a grip on ye and that'd be that.
The man simply Lives For any form of wildlife casualty causation there is out t ...
Just took the Dogs for their wander. Stepped out the gate and the first thing I see are fox tracks! Little bugger's come right past me, off the home meadow and off onto the hill meadow. Maybe looking for that hare?
Got up the top, and there's hare tracks! Would ye believe it? Coming off the big field. Crosses the main track and goes into Pony's Field.
Wonder if anyone else is finding anything interestin ...
Due to long hours in work the last few weeks I haven't been working the dogs but I got out tonight for an hour and got these 6 rabbits. I let the two dogs run together, something I don't usually do but they worked well together and caught 3 each.
This image was put on Facebook on the Wild Derrynane page, a conservation and wildlife photography group. I don't think it was put on as ammunition for the anti's, more as an example of the crass s ...
last few years I`ve left my 2 big free standing and hedge conifers for the birds to nest in --- now problem is there dry as fook and dying from the middle and to save them from dying off I need to trim prune and lop them -- right I need to get them done before the birds start nesting whats the best time of year to do it ..?