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Re: mourning dove shelter


Ah, well that wouldn't work around here!  Way too many predators of
some type or another.

Marge Talt, zone 7 Maryland
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> From: Pamela J. Evans <gardenqueen@gbronline.com>
> 
> On the ground. My back yard is completely fenced - no foxes down
here
> anyway. Oh there's one mangy looking cat that occasionally scales
the
> fence and gets a blast from the water hose for his troubles.
> 
> I don't see him for months after this happens. And there's nothing
else
> around here that can get into the yard and get them. An occasional
hawk
> wanders into town, but he'd never see them under the trees.
> 
> Heck - I can't see them if I'm standing right next to them and I
know
> where their hiding place is!! The rare copperhead that strays into
the
> garden gets the Anne Boleyn treatment - pronto. Nope - it's a
sanctuary
> and I make sure it stays that way.
> 
> Very fond of my birdies!!
> 
> Pam

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