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Do you feed birds?   The Natural You: Wild Kingdom

Started 6/30/20 by MerlinsDad; 7719 views.
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From: Showtalk 

7/13/20

No. I never have a camera of the most unusual events.

Song~ (_Song_)

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7/14/20

Oh well...it would have made a great video!
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7/14/20

I kissed another one today. He dropped a disc toy and it rolled on edge around him in a circle. That will never happen again.

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7/19/20

You need surveillance cameras set up! ;-)
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7/19/20

That would work.

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7/19/20

Your pup could become the next You Tube star! ;-)
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7/19/20

That would be funny. 

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From: kizmet1 

7/21/20

I tried when I first moved here. I even bought a birdbath. Nothing was ever touched. I later learned that the neighbors were very generous with their animal food. I also figured out that a river was close by and birds could bathe there any time they wanted. Lastly, a sancturary was in the area.
When animal feeding neighbors moved out the new owner started feeding everything. He had a big Lab and a cat living with him. One day he came home and found that squirrels had broken into the attic and took over the living quarters in spite of the dog and cat being there. Taught him to stop feeding animals. Taught me to never start.
I planted a lot of buddleia all over the yard. 6 different colors, so far. The hummingbirds and butterflies really appreciate them.

I did once upon a time, until I discovered that the cats were simply lying in wait to catch and eat the birds that were drawn to the feeder.

another advantage of living out in the boondocks. Far fewer pencil neck bureaucrats and arrogance of officaldom to make life more difficult.

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