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RE: trains in the garden/birds

Our neighborhood P.O. put their poles for the feeders in foundation yews. 
Birds like having available cover near the feeders.  The seed that drops
doesn't have much of a chance under yews.  My main feeder is on a pole
behind a Rhodie with hostas behind.  Seed doesn't get much chance there. 
The feeder I used to have in the open did have a mess under it which I
scraped up on occasion.  But the raccoons won't leave that one alone so I
don't fill it anymore.

> [Original Message]
> From: Donna <justme@prairieinet.net>
> 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!

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