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RE: trains in the garden/birds

I go thru a lot of seed... don't think cooking it would work here.

Did not see the article in WSJ. Hightlights? Seems the birds around here
find enough to eat during the summer months and just munch at the bird
feeders. Come winter they seem to depend on them.  


> 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.
> Cathy

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