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    Dave, you might want to check with Michael Frye at michael**at**michaelfrye.com. I recall he purchased one of those some time back, though I believe he uses a Norman set-up for most of his night-time work.

    Regarding the whacko-whacko bird, sounds like classic red-shafted flicker behavior. The most common way to discourage them is putting one of those plastic great horned owls in the vicinity. They use them in the National Parks with some success to keep woodpeckers from hanging around poking holes in things or, even just doing their best garage band imitation.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shaggy
    John,
    Use a paintball gun for the cat, If he comes home with some bright paint splashed on him maybe his humans won't allow him out of the house.
    If he is a stray the sting may teach him he's not wanted.
    Hehehe - I tried that Shaggy - I could have filmed the results for Americas funniest....there were paintballs EVERYWHERE except on the cats. I can knock a dime off a fencepost at a 100 yards with my muzzleloader, but that &^$%# paintball gun was enough to make me have a beer!

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    Someone is selling one of these over at photo.net for $31 plus shipping.

    Not affiliated, but this my be a good chance to get one for cheaper than new....
    Let's see what I've got in the magic trash can for Mateo!

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