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Post  April&Lucinda on Tue Mar 03, 2009 5:16 pm

Well, I just have one little question at the moment ... but I'm sure there will be more! Wink
I'm wondering how you are notified if another fairy finds wildlife in your garden, since you get a diamond reward also.

This isn't urgent, since I'm sure I will find out sooner or later (my feeding table has been out for about 25mins! bounce ), but I thought someone else might know already. flower
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Post  Renee on Tue Mar 03, 2009 5:19 pm

I was notified by the Facebook notification, the little area next who is online. I also noticed when a friend finds a creature it lists it on FB home page and gives the link to the garden.

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Post  Marmaduke on Tue Mar 03, 2009 5:21 pm

also, i'm sure a notification appears on your fairy profile too.

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Post  Marmaduke on Sun Mar 08, 2009 12:20 pm

anyone know what the "Publish To Profile" option is all about?

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Re: Little Questions about Wildlife

Post  nicolle on Sun Mar 08, 2009 12:30 pm

Yes! If you say yes to it, it posts an item on your FB profile (as opposed to your Fairy one) sharing the news about your find!
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Post  Marmaduke on Sun Mar 08, 2009 3:55 pm

nicolle wrote:Yes! If you say yes to it, it posts an item on your FB profile (as opposed to your Fairy one) sharing the news about your find!
Wahaa! thanks -_^

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Re: Little Questions about Wildlife

Post  April&Lucinda on Wed Mar 11, 2009 4:30 am

If another fairy finds an animal in your garden, do you get to see the full picture of that animal?
The finder gets to see it when they find it, and if they publish it to their profile. But there doesn't seem to be a way for the garden owner to see it. Suspect
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Re: Little Questions about Wildlife

Post  Anne on Wed Mar 11, 2009 5:24 am

You'll get an FB notification when someone spots an animal in your garden. When you read the notification there's a link that says something like "see the pygmy mouse". When you click it, it'll take you to your garden and you see the animal on your right - just like it was someone else's garden and you were the one who spotted it.
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Re: Little Questions about Wildlife

Post  April&Lucinda on Wed Mar 11, 2009 5:50 am

Oh that's right! I had seen that before, ... but I forgot. Wink
Thanks Anne!
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Post  Mimi on Wed Mar 11, 2009 6:15 pm

Also if you click on the veggie platter in your garden you see all the animals that have been spotted (or not spotted), at what time & by whom - if they haven't already left you a message. (I hope that makes sense as I am TIRED!!!!) Sleep
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Re: Little Questions about Wildlife

Post  April&Lucinda on Thu Mar 12, 2009 1:00 am

Yes, that makes sense, Mimi. Thank you for replying!
Only thing is, you don't get to see the whole cute little critter in the pop-up box.


Something else I was wondering about --seeing as I'm here Wink -- does anyone know what makes the critters on the Wildlife information pages (on FB) change from shadow to 'filled-in'. I can't quite figure it out. There doesn't seem to be a pattern. Unless ... you have to have spotted over a certain number and then you see the colour pic?
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Re: Little Questions about Wildlife

Post  Mercon on Thu Mar 12, 2009 1:52 am

April&Lucinda wrote:does anyone know what makes the critters on the Wildlife information pages (on FB) change from shadow to 'filled-in'.

They are filled in when you have both; spotted one in someone else's garden and had one found in your own cat


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Re: Little Questions about Wildlife

Post  April&Lucinda on Thu Mar 12, 2009 2:28 am

Ah, thanks Mercon. Smile That'll work!
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Post  Liz on Thu Mar 12, 2009 8:30 am

Mercon wrote:They are filled in when you have both; spotted one in someone else's garden and had one found in your own cat

That is brilliant! I had no idea - thanks albino
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Re: Little Questions about Wildlife

Post  nicolle on Fri Mar 13, 2009 3:11 pm

Does anybody know, from experience, I'm hoping, if just having one or two of a plant that attracts something will work as well as having a garden full? Could I, if they eat the same things and aren't deterred by each other's preferred plants, attempt to attract two different animals at the same time, or are the chances of getting something, increased according to the number of its attracting plants you have?

Have I said that in enough different ways now, d'you think... Rolling Eyes

I'm planning ahead now and was thinking I'd have a garden full of lunas for the badgers. Then I wondered if I could intersperse some fruit for the tortoises (I haven't checked the finer details about who likes and dislikes what yet).
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Post  Marmaduke on Fri Mar 13, 2009 5:00 pm

nicolle wrote:Does anybody know...
good question, and one that i can't answer:( i was wondering the same but could find the right combination of words to ask the question, it could be worth posting on the official wildlife feedback thread thing, i don't know though if it has been asked already as i've kind of steered clear of the thing for a while now:/
sorry to be less than inconclusive.

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Post  nicolle on Fri Mar 13, 2009 5:32 pm

Well it seems to me that we need to hear from someone who has found one of the less common creatures, and maybe they can recall what was growing in the garden when they found the thing. And maybe they can't. But maybe we can all start concentrating now and feeding back!
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Post  nicolle on Fri Mar 13, 2009 8:12 pm

I think I can answer my own question now. There was a badger in this garden about 30 minutes ago:

https://apps.facebook.com/fbfairy/fairygarden.php?id=1847437

and it just has one fruiting Luna Serena in it.

So there we have it, you don't need a garden full cheers cheers cheers
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Post  Marmaduke on Fri Mar 13, 2009 9:09 pm

nicolle wrote:I think I can answer my own question now. There was a badger in this garden about 30 minutes ago:

https://apps.facebook.com/fbfairy/fairygarden.php?id=1847437

and it just has one fruiting Luna Serena in it.

So there we have it, you don't need a garden full cheers cheers cheers
thought i recalled that the last badger was spotted in a garden with only one Luna, though i wasn't sure and certainly wasn't sure that that would've answered your question enough for me to be proud:/
i think it would make perfect sense now i think deeper about it as it's mentioned somewhere in there about maybe needing two of something to deter a particular critter but nowhere does it mention that growing more than one of something will make anything more likely to appear.
i think it's fairer for beginners like that, but does kind of make a mockery of my garden^_^ eeep, hmmm, maybe we'll get three^_^
that makes my head feel better^_^

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Post  Liz on Fri Mar 13, 2009 10:52 pm

nicolle wrote:I think I can answer my own question now. There was a badger in this garden about 30 minutes ago:

Absolutely! I have seen evidenceof Lops (not actual ones, not yet anyway) in gardens with only one flowering Thornbloom. So me planting 4 was a little OTT. Having said that it only took 2 hours to attract one with mixed veg. sadly no one saw it. Sad But I live in hope Smile
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Re: Little Questions about Wildlife

Post  April&Lucinda on Fri Mar 13, 2009 11:38 pm

I had a Lop in my garden with only one Thornbloom herb planted! That plate of food also attracted a brown bunny. The rest were mice, so there might have been more bunnies had there been more herbs around.
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Post  nicolle on Sat Mar 14, 2009 4:24 am

Liz wrote:
nicolle wrote:I think I can answer my own question now. There was a badger in this garden about 30 minutes ago:

Absolutely! I have seen evidenceof Lops (not actual ones, not yet anyway) in gardens with only one flowering Thornbloom. So me planting 4 was a little OTT. Having said that it only took 2 hours to attract one with mixed veg. sadly no one saw it. Sad But I live in hope Smile

Oh I know, Liz! I've been visiting your garden (you should make a journal and put a pic of it in now, it's so pretty) and noticed the missed lop...I wanted him! albino albino albino
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Post  Liz on Sat Mar 14, 2009 4:32 am

nicolle wrote:Oh I know, Liz! I've been visiting your garden (you should make a journal and put a pic of it in now, it's so pretty) and noticed the missed lop...I wanted him! albino albino albino

I hate to admit it but I have been trying to figure out how you guys have been publishing images to the forum. I do want to do a journal but I'm struggling a bit. I joined up with PhotoBucket and I've loaded some garden images up but I haven't figured out how to get them to the forum yet. Any tips? scratch And thanks for checking out my garden. flower
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Post  nicolle on Sat Mar 14, 2009 4:52 am

Go to the image on photobucket, and if you put your cursor on it, a box comes up with various options. Place the cursor at the very beginning of the direct link and click once, then it's highlighted and you can copy it. Then you come back here and in the row of icons above the message box, run your cursor along them and locate the one that just says image; it's seventh to the left of "others". Click it and it gives you a box in which to paste your link, and you're off! Good luck, and I'm pleased you are going to do it...that garden needs sharing!
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Post  Liz on Sat Mar 14, 2009 4:58 am

nicolle wrote:Go to the image on photobucket, and if you put your cursor on it, a box comes up with various options. Place the cursor at the very beginning of the direct link and click once, then it's highlighted and you can copy it. Then you come back here and in the row of icons above the message box, run your cursor along them and locate the one that just says image; it's seventh to the left of "others". Click it and it gives you a box in which to paste your link, and you're off! Good luck, and I'm pleased you are going to do it...that garden needs sharing!
Thank you so much - you're so clever!!!!
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