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Re: trains in the garden/birds

You can always cook the seed in the oven, killing the embryo. Then it won't sprout, but that's a lot of work.
On the subject of bird feeders, did anyone read the article on that subject on the front page of the Wall Street Journal? The thrust being that some believe they are doing birds more harm than good.

On Saturday, December 28, 2002, at 10:57 AM, Donna wrote:

Not that I ever seen in my yard.... might be some around here tho. Every
year more and more birds come to the feeders. Drive myself nuts trying
to figure out what they all are. Got some that just don't seem to fit
into the Peterson guide descriptions :( --I go thru way too much bird
seed in the winter here... and of course being in the northern
climate.... there are less types of birds now. Guessing they are
visiting Pam in the warmer areas.

And since we are on the subject of birds..... how do you all deal with
the mess under the bird feeders.... as in I got everything sprouting
there! Forever weeding something out. TDonna
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