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Grey Squirrel Damage – bark and beech trees ~ by WoodlandsTV

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Down in his wood Julian is angry with the squirrels, and shows the sort of damage they can do. http://woodlands.co.uk

Posted in: Uncategorised ~ On: 21 February, 2010

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35 comments so far

Cerri Berry
June 14, 2019

1willd1 how would you like it if someone shot you with a gun? Yea your really clever ain't you? What a big brave man you are. And look at that big gun you have…….twat! More people die from gun violence every year…..people like you just make those numbers get bigger……go find a decent hobby. Try making life better, enjoy our wildlife while we still have some left….

Cerri Berry
June 14, 2019

Willie Bourke brainless

Cerri Berry
June 14, 2019

Tatyana Lytkina agreed wildlife is to be loved and enjoyed it's the nathanderals that are the real pests

Don Nicholls
June 17, 2019

Thank you. Our wooded garden which backs onto a mainly sweet chestnut wood in East Sussex has been attacked for the third year running. However, it is the 25 year old hornbeam which is the victim. We have just spotted fresh damage damage to the rootstock – v similar to that on this film. They have done some damage to the bark higher up but that is limited as we have wrapped the trunk and lower branches with chicken wire.
Is there anything I can spread on the stripped root stock to protect it from infection? .
Thanks in anticipation. Don

I d
July 11, 2019

Save the tree kill all the 2.5 million grey squirrels

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