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    University graduate finds work as human scarecrow - Forum

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    University graduate finds work as human scarecrow
    undeadDate: Tuesday, 09-October-2012, 10:30 AM | Message # 1
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    It sounds like the ideal job - the chance to sit down, read a book and perhaps idly strum a ukulele.

    But Bangor University graduate Jamie Fox has to do it in all weathers, as a human scarecrow in a field in Norfolk.

    Mr Fox, 22, has been employed to scare partridges from a field of oilseed rape at Aylsham because conventional birdscarers have not worked.

    As well as wearing a bright orange coat, Mr Fox uses an accordion and a cowbell to frighten the birds.

    Mr Fox, who graduated in the summer with a degree in music and English, earns about £250 a week scaring the partridges from the 10-acre (four-hectare) field.
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    I ring a cowbell and I've even played the accordion, but the ukulele doesn't seem to have any effect on them”

    "The farmer said to me, 'Bring a deckchair and a good book'," said Mr Fox, who hopes to find a job in music and is learning to play the ukulele during quiet moments in the field.

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