Re: kindness and cruelty.

To: Paul Taylor <>
Subject: Re: kindness and cruelty.
From: Peter Crow <>
Date: Sun, 29 Oct 2000 16:18:20 -0800
Hello Paul,

The little whistles that attach to bumpers to discourage wildlife do seem to
work.  Last year on a trip out west a friend who was travelling with us was
alarmed at the number of close calls and bought a pair and stuck them on my
front bumper.  I've noticed that usually as I approach roos feeding by the side
of the road they raise their heads and look around as I approach (usually at
about 100m) and then move off, usually away from the road.  Or maybe its my

However they certainly work for bufolo, elephants and giraffe.  Since putting
the whistles on I've not only not hit any but they're gone long before I


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