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Could it be a BEAVER with a LADDER? I've never seen anything like this.Are you testing a new De-Barker for Woodmizer? Very funny POSTONT40HD you even got a good chuckle from Mama on that one. She wants to know ďwhere would a beaver get a ladder?ĒDo you think that if I called Woodmizer that they might be interested in a bark powered de-barker? Not only de-barks but also removes it from the area with little to no clean up. Iíve been using an axe to remove bark then pushing it onto the landing and driving the dozer over it to finish busting it up and grind it into the dirt.Well it looks like the consensus is that my mystery animal is a porcupine. Although Iíve lived in this area for over 40 years and have never seen or heard of any sightings of them here doesnít mean that they are not here. Maybe all the urban sprawl and development thatís been going on around the area is pushing them my way. I just donít understand why they have to build housing tracks & shopping centers on prime farm land.Anyway back to my mulberry tree, I called the county wildlife department and left a message. Iím now waiting for a call back sometime tomorrow from Trapper Steve, hoping that he can shed some more light on the subject.Thank you all for your responses, now Iíll probably spend the rest of my evening surfing the web looking for any thing and every thing to do with porcupines. And of course catch up on the posts in the forestry forum.Thank YouBBM
I'm glad that we don't have Porkys, because somebody would surely be trying gumbo. Yuck !!!
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