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From: "Betty Schnellinger" <bejim@buffnet.net>

Yikes!! I just saw two squirrels in a bed where I have
several new DB.  Will they do any harm?

Birdfeeders are in the same bed.  Any harm to
come from that?  (Sprouts from the birdseed are 
no real problem -- don't mind pulling them up.)

Meantime, squirrel-watching gives our dogs something
to do while we all await better weather.

Betty Schnellinger
Zone 5, Western New York

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