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Re: trains in the garden/birds

Maybe it's an urban legend, but I understood that birds don't feed seeds to
their babes: they can't process it for that purpose.  They need insects and
worms.    But then, I haven't read the WSJ article.   My theory had been
that the birds would eat at the feeder for themselves and go on to gather
insects to feed their young.

on 12/29/2002 10:39 AM, Donna at justme@prairieinet.net wrote:

> Cathy,
> 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.
> Donna
>> 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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