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Re: Spring is coming!

In a message dated 2/24/04 7:38:11 AM, pdickson@sbcglobal.net writes:

<< Is

there anything that I can do to make them want to move in? >>

Patricia, I tried for several yrs and finally gave up.  As I understand the 
location of the box is the most important.  Also, it must be clean.  I placed 
several around our lake but near low shrubs.  Before retiring I worked with a 
fellow who built hundreds of the boxs and placed them around the lake and dam 
(about 5 mi from my home).  He made timely chks on all his boxes and had great 

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