Frank Roolooth

Frank Roolooth

Posted on 06/18/2015


Photo taken on June 12, 2015



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Flaps


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Jack Hargreaves would have known

Jack Hargreaves would have known
There were a few of these flaps set into the fence, I'm not sure what sort of animals they are supposed to serve, rabbits maybe? I cant imagine anyone going to the bother of putting them here for the local cats as they would be able to hop up onto the post then over to the other side, I haven't got a clue. If anyone knows please let me know. Jack Hargreaves would have known about this sort of thing. www.youtube.com/watch?v=2Bl1HQg7aCo

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Jenny McIntyre
Jenny McIntyre
Maybe hedgehogs, badgers or rabbits as you say Frank - great idea if it is
2 years ago.
Frank Roolooth has replied to Jenny McIntyre
I'm thinking maybe hedgehogs, they're in decline, there's no shortage or rabbits round here.
2 years ago.
Anita Evans
Anita Evans
hmmm - puzzling - I vote for badgers as they have regular routes and the strength to push the flaps, but maybe the flaps are too small?
2 years ago.
Shine&Sparkle
Shine&Sparkle
Would rabbits and hedgehogs not be able to squeeze through the fence?
2 years ago.
spacemouses
spacemouses
The wire squares will be about 3 by 6 inches, so that would make the flaps about 12 inches square. Possible for hares, or that close to water otters.
2 years ago.