Missing Cockatoos

Subject: Missing Cockatoos
From: Chris Ross <>
Date: Wed, 25 Feb 2009 22:33:20 +1100

No shortage of cockatoos in Helensburgh, the $#%$#s have learned how to open the lids on our garbage bins (otto or wheeley bins) in the last few years and on garbage night they come in and scatter garbage all over the street, not to mention opening our bin under the house and rummaging through it. They are capable of pushing a house brick off the lid to get it open and seem to be able to detect when the bin is near full and the garbage inside within reach. I've now got a chain around the handles, it's too heavy for them to lift it seems.


Chris Ross


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