Greg David (email@example.com)
Mon, 29 Mar 1999 10:34:04 -0600 (CST)
Oncet I went and helped cut several Black Locust trees of sprawling demure.
These were then trimmed of small branches, leaving the thicker ones only.
The remaining branches were spaced such that large raptors would be incline
to perch there upon. That being open to the ground, yet with some protective
shielding from above. These trees, set upright amongst the fields, such as
telephone poles with staubs, did thereby attract both owl and hawk, making
existance of mice, plentifully difficult.
Caretaking Prairie Dock Farm,
I am Greg
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