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    I was sat with my dad in a pub beer garden a couple of weeks back where he commented on the bird feeder being so close to the tables and remarked what kind of bird would fly in here...
    Then this came and perched on the fence


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    Good pooch.

    We had a big fkr of a rat snake in the garden recently. Came in through the from hedge and my dogs ragged it around a little. It was fast as hell but made it back to the hedge until the council came and dealt with it. We weren’t home at the time but the security got on the phone and called it in.

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    Lang may yer lum reek...

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    Quote Originally Posted by dirk diggler View Post
    We had a big fkr of a rat snake in the garden recently.
    Looks like an Oriental rat snake. Mine I think was a Keeled rat snake and much smaller than yours. They can get fairly large, 2+ metres. Mendip caught a big one some time back, I think that was a rat snake.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Reg Dingle View Post
    Then this came and perched on the fence
    Nice pic. Robins can be quite bold, more so in the winter when foos is scarce. I have had that classic experience digging an English garden in winter and turning to see a robin on the fork handle within touching distance, looking over the dug earth. They add a splash of colour to the winter.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tunk View Post
    For years I grew bananas that were not delicious, so I got rid of all my banana trees. The neighbor gave me this plant, called it guai hawm or "banana smell good" its delicious. I don't mind taking care of banana trees if the bananas are delicious.
    Gluay Hom Thong or Hom Kiao ?
    If it’s Hom Thong, then it’s the one they sell in 7/11 or in packets of 4 at Lotus, similar to Cavendish bananas.

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    Busy day today. Rat snake this morning then this afternoon watching the procession the dog starts up again, the gf jumps off the sofa and it's the Tree snake back, again. She isn't keen on snakes, especially when they are sharing the sofa.

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    ^ And who says Isaan is boring!

    I found half a red-necked chequered keelback in the garden yesterday... Yogi had beaten me to it. I didn't really see the point in taking a photo.

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    Well with all this rain, my tortoises are in heaven. They can't eat enough grass.




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    Quote Originally Posted by Mendip View Post
    ^ And who says Isaan is boring!

    I found half a red-necked chequered keelback in the garden yesterday... Yogi had beaten me to it. I didn't really see the point in taking a photo.
    I found the Golden tree snake dead on the lawn yesterday. No idea what happened to it. It was a pest in the house but I miss it now it's gone.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stumpy View Post
    Well with all this rain, my tortoises are in heaven. They can't eat enough grass.
    I didn't know that tortoises could eat grass. We had a much smaller tortoise in England, it is about 20 now and lives at my daughter's home. It has never eaten grass although it loves dandelions. A friend had one that adored banana but ours was never interested. Same thing with carrot, other animals would eat it and ours never has. Fussy beast.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shutree View Post
    I didn't know that tortoises could eat grass.
    Well they are herbivores with an occasional insect if available. Mine are constantly grazing and with the rain and on and off sun the grass is plentiful all over the compound. They are on their own. They really like Mulberry leaves best along with Malaysian grass and LeeLawadee flowers

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