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Re: feeding birds all year

Wooee! Bears are a whole 'nother story!  I think, as much as I admire
bears from afar, that if I had them in the vicinity, my fine
feathered friends would have to fend for themselves...

Marge Talt, zone 7 Maryland
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> From: Maria Olshin <marolsh@ptd.net>
> I used to feed birds all year, but last spring a bear took down my
> and I was advised to put it up only from November to March. And the
> state of Pennsylvania is planning to fine people who feed bears,
> inadvertently, after a warning. The bear population in PA is
growing, and
> consequently the number of bear-human interactions is increasing.
Some of
> the newcomers think it's fun to feed the bears, and the deer, and
the Canada
> Geese, etc. etc. etc.
> Ruby-Throated Hummingbirds are here from around Memorial Day until
> Day, although some transients pass through earlier and later.
> Maria
> NE PA, zone 5b

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