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Byg Nyge Byg Nyge
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  • Posted on: 2/6/2011 12:23
Re: Unusual garden visitors #1
Loads of Red Kites around here in the Derwent Valley,
RK's talons very feebl-not powerful enough to kill a rabbit,
they mostly feed on carrion and larger insects, nearly 2 metre wingspan, magnificent to watch but appalling table manners.
Your pet rabbit or cat has a lot more reason to fear sparrow hawks and even crows!

Happy bird watching, but don't forget the fish!
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Byg Nyge Byg Nyge
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  • Posted on: 8/4/2011 10:53
Re: Is this a reasonable price? #2
RE custom tanks, ACAquatics any size ?260 for a 60x24x24 when I last looked.HTH

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Byg Nyge Byg Nyge
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  • Posted on: 7/4/2011 11:14
Re: Signatures #3
Just subbed, never realised there was an option-durr!
Well worth the sick squid.
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Byg Nyge Byg Nyge
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  • Posted on: 7/4/2011 10:59
Re: filter constantly on or off? #4
Yep 24/7/365 - sorry Ameys dad

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Byg Nyge
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Byg Nyge Byg Nyge
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  • Posted on: 7/4/2011 10:54
Re: Moving fish outdoors #5
Hi there, yeah, cathie is right it is a bit early, if you can wait until may, I nearly lost fish last year doing the same but managed to net them and put them back in the tank. Hold on if you can, 1 or 2 maybe 3 deg would'nt matter but 8 and the possibility of frost overnight I would wait, its not worth the risk.

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Byg Nyge
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Byg Nyge Byg Nyge
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  • Posted on: 1/3/2011 23:50
Re: Our goldfish ate a cory! #6
Just got this, do you know a friendly angler, especially a pike angler,its a bit barbaric sounding but they regularly have to remove often more than one treble hook with a live or dead 'bait fish' firmly clamped in a pikes mouth, forceps or disgorger are used and if the guy is any good both should survive.

HTH

Best of luck with this one I had it with a stickleback and goldfish long ago and the above worked

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Byg Nyge Byg Nyge
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  • Posted on: 26/2/2011 18:47
Re: Cold weather problems in pond #7
Hello Terrano welcome to FK,
It could be carp pox - waxy lumps - usually on fins according to many koi suppliers all koi carry it but it does'nt always develop into anything, low temperatures can bring this on, if it is pox as the water heats up it should disappear, other than that it could be fungal, you could try the proprietry treatments
available. I still have my heater on and uv on and one of my koi has pox, it had it when I was bringing it on in an indoor tank but cleared before I put in the pond, this was its first winter out so might not be acclimatised yet, none of the others are affected. Other than that I'm at a loss really. Just a quick aside - sterlets can grow to over a metre in length and can seriously damage other fish with their boney thorn type scales.

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Byg Nyge Byg Nyge
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  • Posted on: 24/2/2011 11:17
Re: Much ado about nothing (and bara brith) #8
Finally for the mo' megan as a very new pup, this wsa taken the day we first got her home.

Thanks for your indulgence

Byg Nyge

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Byg Nyge Byg Nyge
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  • Posted on: 24/2/2011 11:12
Re: Much ado about nothing (and bara brith) #9
Megan the corgi just so she's not left out, she's 4

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Byg Nyge Byg Nyge
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  • Posted on: 24/2/2011 11:09
Re: Much ado about nothing (and bara brith) #10
Heres Kiera, shes 6 and is trained in water rescue, sorry I've gone mad with power now!

Rgds
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