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I'd like to know the wording of the ordinance. Not feeding birds who need it because there's an ordinance against feeding squirrels seems a tad rigid. No one in your community feeds birds?
Yes, they do. I did for a while. Then I took a course in environmentally beneficial gardening and replaced the feeder with plants that birds like. My plants attract birds and bees, and sometimes even butterflies and bugs.
The bird feeder was old and falling apart. But it was a nice one before that.
Do you enjoy watching them?
What do you feed hummingbirds?