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Article: Attracting and Keeping our Feathered Friends, the Songbirds: sharondippity picture (My experience is a bit different)

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sharondippity wrote:
I live in the woods, I am blessed that all my moments are Kodak.

The red-winged males stake out their territories and begin to signal their mates with their songs, it's beautiful and last quite a long time in the spring and early summer. I have tall swamp iris all around my ponds and they love them to nest in.

The wild birds are beautiful, but the tree rats are more fun to watch.I don't like the raccoons they are into everything, they will even pull up a thacth of lawn looking for a kernel that might have fallen. And..then there are the armadillo that dig for grubs and tear the lawn up.

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