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A guide to Pests in the ACT

By S4anta 27 October 2005 3

Being the good little egg I am, as I was dutifully patrolling the webspace of the great ACT government, I came accross Environment ACT’s guide to pests, here.

Unfortuntely it is lacking a few pests, such as the homeless, parking inspectors and MLA’s, it is a good read none the less. In patricular it refers to my favourite, the Indian Myna Bird. These little bastards shit me too tears, but nothing an air rifle cant sort out.


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Thumper 6:56 am 31 Oct 05

If they European Wasps call urban serices.

if they are just mud wasps then leave them, they’ll go away by summer. If not wait until your neighbours are out and destroy the nest, then make yourself scarce.

I would suggest leaving it alone. Once a few of them get inside your neighbours house i’m sure they’ll do something about it.

bulldog 4:49 pm 28 Oct 05

Have wasps in my back yard at the moment which have established a fortified emplacement somewhere in my neighbours eves. They (the neighbours) have no interest in getting rid of them (the wasps) becasue they don’t spend time away from the TV, so I am unfortunately stuck with the little bastards until I work out a way around it? Any suggestions that don’t involve fire bombing their house? (Mr Evil I’m looking in your direction).

Slinky the Shocker 4:57 pm 27 Oct 05

Also check out the pest plant section. Important in our city of feral gardens…

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