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Tag Archives: hawks
What Can Clear Your Front Yard of Song Birds?
Last week, the bird seed ran low somewhere around Wednesday. It seemed that every time I went outside, I was getting scolded from chickadees, titmouse, finches, and squirrels. “You expect us to all fit on one feeder?” they taunted. So … Continue reading
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