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    AvatarGeneral Lighting
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    There is a butterfly man in Norfolk, he posted on here a few years back explaining why it wasn’t a good idea to do raves in certain areas because it wrecked the habitats. these days wildlife is still counted and observed but anything “collected” must be later returned to its habitat unharmed. Its now more common to hide in the woods with a DSLR and 300-400mm lenses and photograph them.

    #1264550
    AvatarMadPsy
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    The same will happen with ‘alien’ visitors – a genuine UFO will get shot down and the occupiers will get killed on a spot as the unknown clearly equals a threat.. at least to the Americans, and any other established country… the fear of the unknown is always seen a threat despite their potential knowledge.

    #1264577
    AvatarIzbeckistan
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    @General Lighting 514406 wrote:

    There is a butterfly man in Norfolk, he posted on here a few years back explaining why it wasn’t a good idea to do raves in certain areas because it wrecked the habitats. these days wildlife is still counted and observed but anything “collected” must be later returned to its habitat unharmed. Its now more common to hide in the woods with a DSLR and 300-400mm lenses and photograph them.

    Yeah those forestry comission workers and the such do a really good job.
    My dad worked with them once (hes a lumberjack) and its amazing how much work goes into our forrests.
    They arn’t just left to grow on their owb, they are skillfully managed to the point where they cab control how much of a certain tree species can grow (instead of to much of one species dominating the others)

    So outdoor raves = bad?
    Or only in woodland areas as opposed to fields? I wouldnt like to be part of anything potentially harmfull to our wildlife.

    #1264551
    AvatarMadPsy
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    It’s something to do with woodland areas where the parties tred on tree roots and general growth – a field is generally just grass… anywhere which needs trimmed down is bad or where your seat is a massive tree root is probably not a good spot. So no, outdoor raves are not bad. They’re probably better than indoor raves as towns/cities used to be mass woodland 😉

    #1264582
    Avatarkorno
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    We get complaints when we have quarry parties at a spot here in edinburgh, the ‘bird watchers’ call the cops because they say were disturbing the birds? imo as long as we don’t play dubstep then i don’t think anybodys being disturbed..
    I don’t know a thing about that stuff whether it’s true or what but that’s how it is at the quarry.

    #1264564
    AvatarChrispydelic
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    @General Lighting 514355 wrote:

    I hope the poodle moth is actually real. It looks like a comedy photoshop creature but might be legit as there are real ones similar to it. Will keep an eye on the nature/zoology sites..

    Yeah, that is damn awesome if it is real!

    #1264539
    AvatarGeneral Lighting
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    @korno 514419 wrote:

    We get complaints when we have quarry parties at a spot here in edinburgh, the ‘bird watchers’ call the cops because they say were disturbing the birds? imo as long as we don’t play dubstep then i don’t think anybodys being disturbed..
    I don’t know a thing about that stuff whether it’s true or what but that’s how it is at the quarry.[/quote]

    your environment ministry (I think Scotland has its own since devolution) will be able to confirm whether or not the rare birds use this area as a habitat. in England and Wales there are online maps of all these things, perhaps Scotland has them as well (not been able to find them yet).

    #1264542
    Avatarthelog
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    Have you guys never seen baby man bear ;pigs?? surely you must remember this;

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    #1264578
    AvatarIzbeckistan
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    @thelog 514827 wrote:

    Have you guys never seen baby man bear ;pigs?? surely you must remember this;

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    :yakk:

    #1264543
    Avatarthelog
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    @Izbeckistan 514933 wrote:

    :yakk:

    You seem so shocked

    #1264561
    AvatarGylfi Gudbjornsson
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    That’s a sub species, its been domesticated over 1000’s of year much like dogs.

    The real offspring of manbearpig are too hideous to dream of, I have seen them, hence why I tried killing myself and ended up in the mental health system.

    #1264544
    Avatarthelog
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    I want a real baby cub piglett

    #1264562
    AvatarGylfi Gudbjornsson
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    @thelog 514967 wrote:

    I want a real baby cub piglett

    Regardless of what those pricks at the eu and Geneva convention say, I’m going genetic experimentation with human fetuses, and I’m slowly but surely unlocking the gene code to the evolution of manbearpig. So far I have deduced that the original genus lived between 35,000-38,000bc, and was a tremendously feared creature, more than by today standards. Over the course of around 7,000 years, the species adapted to the world what with the ice age and mormans. The species we fear today is NOTHING in comparison to the terror that it could have been….imagine a 14ft tall manbearpig, weighting In at 1.25tonnes of pure muscle and psychosis…..excuse me, I just pooped my pants…..

    #1264563
    AvatarMoonie
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    The woodland thing you can largely ignore I reckon, as an arboriculturalist as long as you put up your rig, park your cars etc on a track not actually in the forest, a few people bimbling in and around it really isn’t going to bother the trees even in large numbers. In managed forest there are often things that weigh upwards or 10 tonnes rolling around for weeks at a time and that still doesn’t really disrupt anything other than a bit of short term soil compaction.

    #1264540
    AvatarGeneral Lighting
    Moderator

    The managed bits of a Forestry area do not contain anything particularly rare and the trees are regularly cut down to sell to other Northern Europeans (!) or to make telephone poles with. it is the bits with the “funny looking trees” where the rare stuff is. Whenever I’ve seen them they are often marked out with signs like “Forestry Operations/Defra/Keep Clear” and sometimes even fenced off. In some cases there is a plinth near them that contains a sign explaining what can be found there. Unfortunately, people sometimes use these as toilets (because they are out of the way from the rest of the party and it is often too dark to see the signs) which understandably annoys the environmentalists).

    #1264579
    AvatarIzbeckistan
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    #1264545
    Avatarthelog
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    Where do you find these pics

    #1264580
    AvatarIzbeckistan
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    everytime i see a good picture on the internet i save it.

    Imgur.com has some amazing pics.

    #1264546
    Avatarthelog
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    I am not following your links, they lead to them damn russian attack pages

    #1264583
    Avatardorist
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    Wow these pandas are really cute ones.

    #1264547
    Avatarthelog
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    @dorist 518339 wrote:

    Wow these pandas are really cute ones.

    Yeah I prefer the cute pandas to the bloodthirsty vicious ones my-self
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    #1264565
    AvatarChrispydelic
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    @thelog 518361 wrote:

    Yeah I prefer the cute pandas to the bloodthirsty vicious ones my-self
    .

    They can be bloodthirsty and vicious. Did you ever catch that show “When animals attack”? A guy gets too close to a panda enclosure at a zoo and one of the buggers nearly rips his arm off!

    #1264548
    Avatarthelog
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    I saw the panda crack head who car jacked the innocent bystander and speed of with no regard for the safety of the public.

    Pandas…..Cars…..tarmac…… This is a recipe for a high speed crash waiting to happen. I’m Sheriff John Burnell and this is worlds wildest panda chases.

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