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RE: bluebirds

They will come... when I first moved here all the birds where crows and
blackbirds... now everyone is at the feeders depending on the time of


> Thanks Pam, I followed all the suggestions on the bluebird web site...
> like
> only so high .... on a fence away from trees... away for the
> winds...  and placed them 100 yards  apart...  I have been told that I
> need
> to just be patient and keep them cleaned out.  A master gardener has
> on
> the other side of town out in a subdivision with lot of cedar trees
> around.
> I guess they just have to find me.
> Patricia

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