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Re: birdseed, raccoons

In a message dated 04/04/2005 12:55:15 PM Eastern Daylight Time, 
gardenqueen@gmail.com writes:
Oh, Auralie, I read that grackles and starlings
> don't like it! 
Thanks for that bit of information, Chris.  Starlings are a real problem here.
I have stopped giving my woodpeckers the peanutbutter-oatmeal-sunflower
mix I make that they love so much because starlings go through a cake of it
in a morning.  The woodpeckers  would finish it in about three days, which
is reasonable, but I can't keep up with the starlings, or afford it.

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