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Re: Vultures



"Kevin Muenzler, WB5RUE" wrote:
> ... it's extremely sticky.  It's much safer to the environment than
> using a grease to make the elements slippery and it won't hurt the birds.
> You could put a very thin layer on the antenna and the birds would probably
> avoid the area after a landing or two.

Why do I have this image of an antenna with a bunch of vultures dangling from
it  
by their feet upside-down, unable to leave? Too much "Road Runner vs. Coyote" 
as a kid, I guess.

 73 es hi hi de Maggie K3XS

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