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What are my squirrels doing?!

Posted by Linda Pittman on

I love squirrels and I hate them.They are cute.  I like to watch them and my cats love to watch them.  But they don't share birdseed very well.  I set up a squirrel proof bird feeder to save some for the birds. There is water and feed out. If I provide any larger feed, like corn, they dig up everything and bury it. They dig up my flowerpots and newly planted flowers on a regular basis.  Flowers that I set out to harden off before planting get decimated, dug out & thrown in every direction, wilted & dead. Grr..  A...

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Spring Flowers for Birds

Posted by Linda Pittman on

.warbler in cherry tree  Everyone loves to see spring flowers after a long winter. You are probably thinking about them when the deep freeze is at it's coldest. Spring flowers are also important to birds. Read more.

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Bird Feeder Hygiene

Posted by Linda Pittman on

bird feeder  Bird feeder hygiene is very important! It keeps diseases from building up in your bird feeders and bird baths, then spreading to your family or feathered guests. Continue reading full article.

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Attracting Purple Martins

Posted by Linda Pittman on

purple martin housePurple Martins are very desirable birds to have around. They eat bugs, especially mosquitoes, which can lower your risk of mosquito borne illnesses. So you want to coax some to live in your yard.

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Attracting Owls

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Screech owl house
Attracting Owls
Owls are the earliest of nesting birds. The Great Horned Owl will begin nesting in January. Owls nest early because leaves are off the trees, fields are bare, and cover for prey is very limited. This makes for fantastic hunting.  Read more....

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