I have a Curved-billed Thresher doing great damage to my garden. Stupid bird is tasting EVERYTHING. And if one leaf doesn't taste good, maybe the next one on the plant WILL, right? And so on.
I suspect it's a juvenile, trying things to find out what is tasty and what is not. I just wish (earnestly, and with much vehemence) that he would figure out what's not before he's destroyed the entire plant.
Woe is my succulent garden. Woe.
Any low desert gardeners out there with ideas? Should I hang CDs around, will that work?